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Cleveland MSP
The Cleveland Math and Science Partnership includes the Cleveland Municipal School District, John Carroll University, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University and the Education Development Center. The Cleveland Municipal School District is the largest school system in Ohio, enrolling over 74,000 preK to 12th grade students of whom 71% are African American and 8% are Hispanic. The Cleveland Math and Science Partnership focuses on the mathematics and science teachers of over 15,000 secondary school students as the majority of these teachers in the District are not properly qualified and do not have the certification to effectively teach these subjects.

The partnership aims to improve student achievement in the Cleveland Municipal School District by equipping its teachers with additional skills acquired through university continuing education programs. The universities will establish three diverse graduate programs for Cleveland middle and high school mathematics and science teachers grades 6-12.

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Mathematics and Science Partnership Graduates First Students
Posted by: Joanne Goodell. "Twenty-eight Cleveland Municipal School District teachers have taken a major step toward enhancing the quality of their teaching by completing the Graduate Certificate Program in Cleveland State's Cleveland...