State Report Cards; PRE4CLE Turns 5; 99-Year-Old WWII Spy Marthe Cohn

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The new state report cards show progress in districts across Northeast Ohio, but many still question the value of the grades and some say the whole report card concept should be scrapped. We'll talk with The Plain Dealer's Patrick O'Donnell on The Sound of Ideas. Later, a milestone for high quality preschool in Northeast Ohio as PRE4CLE turns five. And a French Jew who spied on the Nazis shares her incredible story of courage.



An Evening with Marthe Cohn  (Livestream on the website)


-Patrick O'Donnell, Education Reporter, The Plain Dealer

-Katie Kelly, Executive Director, PRE4CLE 
-Billie Osbourne-Fears, Executive Director, Starting Point 
-Mark Sniderman, Member of the Executive Committee, Cleveland Early Childhood Compact & Executive in Residence, Case Western Reserve University

-Marthe Cohn, Former WWII Spy & Author, Behind Enemy Lines 

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