A student uses the Amira software, an AI powered reading tutor, to practice reading

AI will soon be commonplace in Cleveland classrooms

Rather than blocking artificial intelligence software, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District is beginning to experiment with different ways to incorporate it into learning and teaching.

Cleveland City Council President Blaine Griffin (left) and fellow council members learn about offering property tax relief. Cleveland Neighborhood Progress’ Ed Stockhausen (back) gave the presentation.

March 13, 2023: Cleveland City Council Caucus Meeting

Council members expressed their concerns with Community Development Corporations in a discussion with Cleveland Neighborhood Progress staff.

CMSD and Say Yes officials met with state legislators last week to discuss Statehouse priorities.

Deal in the works to save Say Yes wraparound program

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District and local officials made moves this week to secure funding for Say Yes Cleveland’s family support services program for the remainder of the 2022-23 school year. 


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