Aug. 1, 2018 --
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District has been at the forefront in advocating on behalf of public education in the state of Ohio.
On Aug. 29, the District will continue that trend by hosting a public policy forum at Heights High School, in conjunction with The Plain Dealer and the League of Women Voters, to discuss Ohio’s School Report Cards.
The forum, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 29, at 7:00 p.m. in the mini auditorium at Heights High School (13263 Cedar Road, Cleveland Heights).
The topic of the forum is "Ohio's school report cards: What do they really tell us? What should they?: A discussion about how we evaluate our schools". Download the flyer
CH-UH Superintendent Dr. Talisa Dixon, a frequent public education advocate both in the state and nationally, will serve as a panelist. She joins Chad Aldis, Vice President for Ohio Policy and Advocacy at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute; Steven Dyer, Education Policy Fellow at Innovation Ohio; and Lisa Woods, Ohio Board of Education member, on the panel.
The forum will be moderated by The Plain Dealer education reporter Patrick O’Donnell.
The forum is co-sponsored by the CH-UH PTA Council, The Plain Dealer/Cleveland.com, CWRU Lifelong Learning, and League of Women Voters-Greater Cleveland. First Interstate, Ltd. is the event’s corporate sponsor.
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