Two Ursuline College staff members, with the help of an adjunct professor, developed an undergraduate academic research course for the college’s English department, which is now being recognized with a national information literacy prize.
Cuyahoga Community College celebrated the academic achievement of more than 1,100 petitioning graduates during its fall commencement ceremony Dec. 16 at Cleveland State University’s Bert L. and iris S. Wolstein Center.
Laurel School recently received a $250,000 leadership grant through the Edward E. Ford Foundation to help launch a semester-long program for upper school students interested in environmental justice and stewardship that will take place at Laurel’s Butler Campus in Russell Township.
An education is one of the most important things a child can have. From learning about shapes and colors in preschool to advanced science and mathematics in college, a child’s education is beneficial to their growth. But is there a way to incorporate one’s religion – a very important aspect …
When children go on an extended break from school, the last thing on their mind is typically their school work. But what are the benefits to learning year-round? And how can parents make learning a fun and engaging activity that children enjoy during holiday breaks?
The Orange High School choir and band were well represented at the Ohio Music Education Associations’ 2021 District Honors Choir and Band concerts held last month at Cleveland State University.
Beginning preschool is an important time in a child’s life. For many, it is their first experience in organized education. For parents, it can be the first time they are leaving their children with strangers for an extended period. So how can parents properly gauge which preschools are best …
Fit Learning Cleveland recently celebrated its two-year anniversary. The organization works with learners to build fluency in core academic skills by combining learning science, precise measurement, and evidence-based instruction with its office in Pepper Pike.
The Orange City School District Board of Education is seeking applicants to fill the unexpired term of board member Melanie Weltman, who is resigning from the board due to her recent election to Pepper Pike City Council.
Lake Erie College’s school of education recently hosted the Educators Rising Northeast Ohio regional workshop on campus, engaging dozens of high school students in team building activities and an overview of this year’s competition topics.
Cleveland State University again was selected the best public university in Ohio for helping economically disadvantaged students graduate, start careers and get ahead financially, according to U.S. News & World Report.
High schoolers have a lot on their plate. School work, extracurricular activities and standardized testing all take time and effort. During their junior and senior years, college applications add more stress.
Many people will attend college for four or five years, earn a bachelor’s degree and go out into the workforce. But should you stop there? Depending on what your aspirations are for the future, earning a Master’s of Business Administration – can propel you toward your goals.
Applying to an MBA program can be a hassle. Just like applying to college out of high school, it can be stressful and nerve-wracking to compile your resume, essay, and letters of recommendation. But perhaps the most dreaded part of the process is the admissions interview.
Pursuing an MBA can be a timely endeavor. A full-time student typically takes about two years to complete and MBA program. But that is accounting for someone who devotes all of their time to the program. How can someone juggle an MBA program with family, work and other obligations?
Starting college can be a very exciting time for freshmen. It is the beginning of something new, often moving away from home and experiencing something different than what they’ve been accustomed to for 18 years from an academic and social perspective. However, there are often adjustments th…
It may have been 8 a.m., but that didn’t stop the Hebrew Academy of Cleveland boys’ elementary school students and staff from dancing and singing in celebration of the opening of their new educational complex Oct. 12 in Cleveland Heights.