For the next four weeks, Cleveland voters will get a brief, low-key crash course in why they should approve Issue 4 to finish the…


    An agreement not to lay off teachers added to an anticipated drop in district enrollment has the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) in…


    After an extended holiday break courtesy of Mother Nature’s frigid bite, Cleveland’s public schools, among many other districts, are back in session Wednesday.…

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – A 9-year old could face some serious charges after prosecutors say he stabbed his teacher. According to our sources the child used not one, but two classroom items when he went after his teacher. The incident happened Thursday at Westbridge School when things got out of control during a positive education program on campus. […]

CLEVELAND, OH – Cleveland School District officials are acting fast after receiving word that one of its school buildings was not safe. To ensure the safety of students and staff at Paul Laurence Dunbar, Cleveland Metropolitan School District administrators announced Thursday that they will close the building located at 3805 Terrett Avenue and will begin the process […]

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland teachers union reached a tentative contract agreement with Cleveland Municipal School District Monday night. The agreement must now be approved by teachers and the school board. Details of the tentative agreement will not be disclosed until both teachers and board members review it, officials said. Teachers union officials said the […]

More than 600 teachers at 22 Cleveland public schools will not have to reapply for their jobs. An arbitrator ruled Wednesday evening that the teacher contract prohibits schools Chief Executive Eugene Sanders from implementing that key part of his transformation plan, which will launch in August. The decision is final. “The Cleveland Teachers Union has […]

Cleveland schools CEO Eugene Sanders will field questions at 11 a.m. about his transformation plan for the district.

The Cleveland schools will consider ordering furloughs or wage cuts for about 650 nonunion employees.

Sagging test scores, discipline problems, truancy, a lack of money. Though the list reads like today’s news, it also served ast the outline for The Plain Dealer’s 1979 series, “Cleveland’s Battered Schools.”