Cleveland Heights University Heights School district

Wright Brothers Elementary School with construction sign

Dayton Public Schools reconfiguration challenges

When I grew up in Cleveland Heights, we had elementary schools from k-6, junior high for 7-9 and high school from 10-12. To me, that was the way it was. It was a little odd that 9th grade counted as high school but you weren’t at the high school, but that’s the way it was. Read More

Laptops for students: Cleveland Heights-University Heights gets it right

I grew up in Cleveland Heights. It was a progressive integrated first ring suburb of Cleveland, home to many college professors, medical professionals and members of the Cleveland Orchestra. When I graduated in 1980 my class was 850 or so, and about 25% of the class was African American. It was a top-performing district, with Read More