Cuyahoga's $1B Debt, School Start Times and Cleveland Book Week

Credit: Cleveland Foundation
Credit: Cleveland Foundation
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Cuyahoga County has built up a billion dollars of debt, and a new report by The Center For Community Solutions says the burden could hamper future development. We'll dig into the debt and its impact on government on The Sound of Ideas. Then, do students have sleep debt? Some schools are starting later in the day to combat that. And Cleveland Book Week begins with a book swap. How about my copy of The Sportswriter for your copy of Song of Soloman? Join us.

 

Resources: 

"Dealing with Debt: A Fiscal Snapshot of Cuy. Co." - The Center For Community Solutions report

Cleveland Book Week; Schedule of Events

 

Guests: 

-Armond Budish, Cuyahoga County Executive
-Dave Greenspan, Cuyahoga County Councilman, Finance Chair
-William Tarter, Jr., Policy Planning Associate, Center for Community Solutions

-Mike Zalar, Superintendent, North Olmsted City Schools
-Dr. Pamela Thatcher, Psychology Professor, St. Lawrence University in New York
-Stacy Simera, Chair, Ohio Adolescent Health Partnership Sleep Committee

-Karen Long, Manager, Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards

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