CLEVELAND – The KeyBank Foundation donated $700,000 to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District during a STEM school partnership announcement Tuesday morning. The joint venture is viewed by CMSD as a vote of confidence not only in Cleveland schools, but for the students who will take part in this new and innovative curriculum that’s designed to […]

AKRON, Ohio – In the wake of the Penn State sex abuse scandal, The University of Akron is staying one step ahead. What would you do? What should you do? What must you do? That’s the email all faculty and staff at UA received in their inboxes. It’s a reminder to them from UA President […]

(WOIO) – Former Duke Point Guard Kyrie Irving was the number one pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, heading to the NBA to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers. But now that the league is in a lockout, Irving is heading back to Duke to continue his education. Irving, who spent only one year at Duke, […]

BEREA, OH (WOIO) – Baldwin Wallace College is expanding. Private homes in the heart of the campus are now being relocated to another place so the college can expand. BW is working with the residents to make the growth as painless as possible. “The neighbors and the college got together and took a hard look at […]

See which degrees could give you that edge when you graduate. Thinking about going back to school? Keep in mind that some degrees are more marketable than others. Degrees in health-related fields, business, and technology, for example, were linked to a higher likelihood of employment, according to a survey by consulting firm Challenger, Gray & […]

The more education African-Americans have, the more likely they are to marry white people, a new study conducted by the Journal of Marriage and Family suggests. The study claims that an increasing number of college-educated Black people marry outside their race because they have more interactions with those of other races while attending college. Blacks […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – 19 Action News has learned 363 teachers who were laid off and then recalled may not be laid off again as originally planned. The Cleveland School Board announced Tuesday night they will possibly keep all 363 of them for the entire school year. But while these teachers will keep their jobs, […]

If you’re ever tempted by an e-mail or ad claiming you can “earn a degree based on life experience,” don’t fall for it. Any company that offers degrees for a flat fee and requires little course work is a diploma mill. f your school is not recognized as an accredited institution by the Secretary of […]

Have you been to a school lately?  Have you sat through the six hours and forty-five minutes of excruciating tedium we send our kids to every day?  When we ask our kids, “What’d you do in school today?” and they mumble, “Nothin’,” they’re telling the truth. Steve Perry is like no other educator you’ve ever […]

Karen Vaughn was joined by Educator, Author, & Founder of Capital Preparatory Magnet School Dr. Steve Perry this past weekend.  Dr. Perry spoke about how we can fix the broken education system and also highlighted his new book “Push Has Come To Shove: Getting Our Kids The Education They Deserve.”  In this discussion, Dr. Perry gives […]

Did you miss the latest episode of Access Cleveland? If you did, don’t worry you can listen to the podcast right here! Host Karen Vaughn interviewed former Cleveland Browns receiver Steve Sanders about his new initiative: The Steve Sanders Academy.  Listen to find out more about it! Let us know what you think about this interview, […]

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