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Initiative embraces legacies of Lake Erie, Cuyahoga River

Ultimate goals are to create “citizen ambassadors” who will advocate for the area’s resources and to nurture a “water economy.”

Educating People on Our City: Teaching Cleveland on WKYC Channel 3

Teaching Cleveland’s Greg Deegan and Euclid High School graduating senior Nandi Grant recently sat down with Leon from WKYC Channel

Dunham Street, Now East 66th Street

Traveling around Cleveland, do you ever wonder what the numbered streets used to be named? Or do you ponder how

Derelict Paradise: Homelessness and Urban Development in Cleveland, Ohio

The Cedar Apartments just after they opened. They were some of the first public housing developments in Cleveland. Via Cleveland

May Wrap-Up

Teaching Cleveland Institute Where were the original ethnic enclaves in Cleveland? How did the Cleveland Public Schools’ desegregation experiences impact

Funder Feature: Nordson Corporation Foundation

The Nordson Corporation Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Nordson Corporation, has a rich history of contributing to community development and

Funder Feature: Martha Holden Jennings Foundation

The Martha Holden Jennings Foundation stands as a beacon in the field of education, its legacy deeply rooted in fostering

April Wrap-Up

Teaching Cleveland Institute Where were the original ethnic enclaves in Cleveland? How did the Cleveland Public Schools’ desegregation experiences impact

Hickox Alley, Now East 3rd St

Traveling around Cleveland, do you ever wonder what the numbered streets used to be named? Or do you ponder how

Empire Builders: An Illustrated History of the Rise and Fall of Cleveland’s Van Sweringen Brothers

In Lauren Pacini’s newly released book, Empire Builders: An Illustrated History of the Rise and Fall of Cleveland’s Van Sweringen

March Wrap-up

We have a new look! Check out our new website! Exciting news! Well, for us, at least. Seriously – check

Lead Safe Resource Center

When the Teaching Cleveland team needs an environmental education partner – we turn to the Lead Safe Resource Center (LSRC).

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