On Thursday, March 6, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District announced their ten new “Investment Schools“.  This is part of the district’s initiative to transform underperforming schools by providing extra funding and attention where needed the most.

The news conference was held at Robert H. Jamison School, 4092 E. 146th St.  Jamison was among the first Investment Schools announced last spring.

Included in the second group are two high schools- East Tech and Glenville- and eight elementary schools: Adlai Stevenson, Almira, Bolton, Fullerton, George Washington Carver STEM, Marion-Sterling, Michael R. White STEM and Patrick Henry.



Article Courtesy of WOIO 19 Action News

Picture Courtesy of Cleveland Metropolitan School District and WOIO 19 Action News

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