Civic Commons ideastream & Cleveland Transformation Alliance present: Changing Education Through Innovative Partnerships

Deeper collaboration between public schools and their community partners is leading to innovative approaches to teaching and learning in Cleveland. These creative initiatives are inspiring students, preparing them for the future, and changing the face of education in our city.

On Thursday, October 27th 2016, the Cleveland Transformation Alliance and Civic Commons ideastream held an event to hear firsthand stories from those most engaged in and affected by these transformative partnerships. We also hosted a panel of educators as they connected those stories to the work being done to make sure all Cleveland children attend quality schools.

Video from this event is below:

Our storytellers were:

Mark Goeser
A Senior at MC2 STEM High School

Ryan Upp
Resident Teaching Artist, The Center for Arts-Inspired Learning

Victoria Winter
Secondary Science Teacher, Cleveland High School for Digital Arts

Monisa Mason
Community and Business Coordinator, John Marshall School of Civic and Business Leadership

Our panelists were:

Shana Marbury
General Counsel and Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and Research, Greater Cleveland Partnership

Holly Trifiro
Executive Director, Teach for America - Northeast Ohio - Cleveland

Andrea Vullo
Manager of Public Affairs, Current, powered by GE

The discussion was moderated by Piet van Lier, Executive Director of the Cleveland Transformation Alliance.


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