Cleveland School Transformation

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The plan to remake public education in Cleveland is improving schools, backers say, even though the last state report card still contained a D in student progress. Bright spots include a big jump in the graduation rate and fewer truly bad public and charter schools. Educators say lasting gains take time and Wednesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.

 

Guests: 

Megan O'Bryan, executive director, Cleveland Transformation Alliance

Eric Gordon, CEO, Cleveland Metropolitan School District

Joseph D. Roman, president and CEO, Greater Cleveland Partnership

Alan Rosskamm, executive director, Breakthrough Schools

Patrick O'Donnell, education reporter, The Plain Dealer

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