Road to Recovery

In Episode 8 and season finale of Road to Recovery, we take a look at the students’ adaption to new leadership, the 20 Day Cycle and the social/emotional aspects of the new school year. #IamEC #IamEastCleveland Contact Us Henry Pettiegrew, C.E.O. of East Cleveland City Schools 1843 Stanwood Road East Cleveland, OH 44112

Road to Recovery

In Episode 7 of Road to Recovery, principals across the East Cleveland City Schools District discuss the success and blunders of the first quarter. #IamEC #IamEastCleveland Contact Us Henry Pettiegrew, C.E.O. of East Cleveland City Schools 1843 Stanwood Road East Cleveland, OH 44112

  AKRON, OH (WOIO) – The University of Akron has proposed suspending 55 academic programs following several years of review. At Wednesday’s Board meeting, Trustees requested that Faculty Senate provide input on proposals to suspend some academic programs, and that students applying for admission to those programs be informed about the possibility of being impacted […]

  A Cleveland university makes the top five portion of the list.   An ugly campus can be attributed to any number of reasons: misguided ’70s architecture, poorly mixed styles or homogeneity so extreme that even seniors find themselves getting lost. However, there is no alibi: You ugly., arbiters of taste and good […]

  CLEVELAND – The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, RTA, and Cuyahoga Community College are teaming up to offer Tri-C students unlimited RTA rides with their classes. This includes bus service, the rapid and the HealthLine buses. Tri-C is planning to implement the program for its spring semester. Right now, it’s scheduled to last for […]

COLUMBUS, Ohio — E. Gordon Gee, president of The Ohio State University, plans to retire from the presidency, effective July 1. According to a release from OSU, Executive Vice President and Provost Joseph A. Alutto will be named interim president. He also served as interim president in 2007. Gee served as the school’s president for […]

Researchers from several prominent U.S. universities will participate tomorrow in a Baltimore conference reportedly aiming to normalize pedophilia.  According to the sponsoring organization’s website, the event will examine ways in which “minor-attracted persons” can be involved in a revision of the American Psychological Association (APA) classification of pedophilia. North Carolina Pastor Sentenced To Prison For Sex […]