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Mid-sized urban district collaborative
1:00 PM | Tuesday, Nov 13 | Room: A 213–215
Four northeast Ohio school districts and Cleveland State University describe how a partnership of superintendents and union presidents serving high-poverty students led to significant improvements in academic achievement and instruction. Learn about their efforts to modify academic distress commissions and develop a legislative agenda to redirect school action, increase accountability and impact achievement.
Topics: Community engagement, Current and critical, Student achievement, Urban schools
Moderator: Vanessa Jeter-Freeman, board member, Trotwood-Madison City and Miami Valley Career Technology Center
Eugene Sanders, superintendent, Sandusky City
Myrna Corley, superintendent, East Cleveland City
Donald Jolly II, superintendent, Warrensville Heights City
Charles Keenan, superintendent, Maple Heights City
Claire Grantier, director, Center for Educational Technology, Cleveland State University
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