The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage announced the top 25 finalists for the 10th Annual "Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out" essay writing contest, which offers scholarships, awards and support for anti-bias education to Northeast Ohio students and schools. ...Read more 0
As science-based jobs continue to increase, it’s more important than ever for students to have a strong foundation in science. Many K-12 schools are finding new ways to teach science classes and engage students with the latest technology. ...Read more 0
Summer vacation isn’t all fun and games (even if it should be). Research shows that summer can take a toll on a student’s knowledge and skills, from mathematics to reading development. Luckily, many types of summer programs can help keep a child's mind engaged over the break from school. ...Read more 0
The nationwide school walkout on March 14, 2018 was both a memorial and protest. The students of the National Inventors Hall of Fame STEM Middle School wanted to do something...
The next session of Cuyahoga Community College's eight-week Women in Transition Program begins later this month. The free course will aid women in working on personal development, career exploration, time management, stress management, basic computer skills, resumes and more. ...Read more 0
For two weeks, Chinese educators were in residence at the Lippman School in Akron, as part of an exchange program with Lippman’s Chinese sister school, the Dali Experimental Elementary School in Foshan, China. ...Read more 0