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We Said Yes! What's Next for Support Services?

Season 25 Episode 2 | 56m 46s

In January 2019, Cleveland was selected as the fourth community chapter of Say Yes to Education, bringing scholarships and support services to Cleveland’s students for the next 25 years. We join Buffalo and Syracuse in New York, and Guilford County in North Carolina as communities selected for the program. How have support services worked previously, & how are Say Yes supports being incorporated?

Aired: 01/16/20
Extras
Join the Cit Club for a discussion about Greater Cleveland’s future economic and cultural growth.
Economic stability in Black families through banking, credit, and entrepreneurship.
The City of Cleveland will be in the path of totality of a total solar eclipse.
Cleveland will host the 2024 NCAA Women’s Final Four.
Mayor Justin M. Bibb will discuss the foundational work and progress made.
Laurence Steinberg brings a lifetime of expertise in adolescence and emerging adulthood.
Justice Janet C. Protasiewicz is serving her first term on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
The City Club of Cleveland hosts the annual High School Debate Championship.
Five small to midsize theatre companies came together in Spring 2023 to share resources.
Over the last 50 years, Cleveland has lost about half its tree canopy.
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  • The City Club Forum Season 18
Join the Cit Club for a discussion about Greater Cleveland’s future economic and cultural growth.
Economic stability in Black families through banking, credit, and entrepreneurship.
The City of Cleveland will be in the path of totality of a total solar eclipse.
Cleveland will host the 2024 NCAA Women’s Final Four.
Mayor Justin M. Bibb will discuss the foundational work and progress made.
Laurence Steinberg brings a lifetime of expertise in adolescence and emerging adulthood.
Justice Janet C. Protasiewicz is serving her first term on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
The City Club of Cleveland hosts the annual High School Debate Championship.
Five small to midsize theatre companies came together in Spring 2023 to share resources.
Over the last 50 years, Cleveland has lost about half its tree canopy.