Fast forward to today, and we’re seeing out of control students who in many cases lack parental guidance and for whom education is a joke.
Call and Post Editorials
- Wednesday, 21 March 2012 08:49
- Wednesday, 14 March 2012 09:54
Our public school system remains in the doldrums. And until that problem is fixed, Cleveland will remain just another urban area that cannot attract middle class families.
- Wednesday, 14 March 2012 09:52
Over the past three weekends we’ve seen countless homicides and even more gunshot wounds.
- Wednesday, 14 March 2012 09:50
And now, all that’s left of this sideshow is to find out how much time Dimora will receive in a federal pen and if the government will go for a knock out punch and render him financially impotent.
- Wednesday, 07 March 2012 09:53
It’s no secret that the
The district’s drop out rate among Black males is atrocious and some of the schools are acting as warehouses and baby sitting services rather than providing an education to a largely urban, poor population.
That’s why we are intrigued by Mayor Frank Jackson’s plan to transform the school district that he controls.
It also includes asking voters for a tax increase in November and eliminating teacher seniority as the deciding factor in employment and assignments.
The mayor wants the Ohio General Assembly to give only
Unfortunately, while putting his bold plan together,
As the mayor moves forward with his transformation of the schools, we would hope that during this evolving process that he would engage teachers.
After all, they are the troops on the front line.