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Northeast Ohio's School Report Card

The Sound of Ideas
Friday, August 28, 2009 at 9:00 am
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As kids head back to class this week, school districts received their own report cards. More schools across Ohio are getting an A+ in academics and schools in our region fared well in the main with 14 districts out of the seven-county area moving into the highest category, "excellent with distinction." But the largest school district in the area, Cleveland Metropolitation School District, didn't make the grade this year. It's under "academic watch" for a second year in a row. Also, a new consultant's report says Cleveland has too many schools given years of population loss. Our region's school report card, Friday morning at nine on 90.3.


Edith Starzyk, Education Reporter, The Plain Dealer
Joy Brewington, Data Analyst, Catalyst-Ohio
Dr. Eugene Sanders, CEO, Cleveland Metropolitan School District
Dr. Helen Williams, Program Director for Education, Cleveland Foundation
Douglas Heuer, Superintendent, Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District
Joe Regano, Superintendent, Solon City Schools

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