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Civic Education Participates in CMSD's Academies of Cleveland Professional Development Conference

by Tom Miller, Civic Education
11/9/2017 2:59:36 PM


The Civic Education Department participated in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District's Academies of Cleveland Professional Development Conference on Tuesday, November 7, 2017.  The Civic Ed team conducted two seminars on its K-12 Clinic-Based, School-Based, and Connected Learning programs with teachers from all five of the Academies of Cleveland Schools.  The Academies of Cleveland schools are focused on career-tech programs for high school students.  The teachers were thrilled with all of the opportunities that Civic Ed provides for their students and were equally appreciative of the hands-on and engaging presentation.
 
Vickie Johnson, Senior Director of Government and Community Relations, also participated in a panel discussion on the measures Cleveland Clinic is taking to better connect our organization to the classroom.  The panel was moderated by Latonia Davis, Principal of the Martin Luther King Jr. High School, and included an audience of over fifty teachers, administrators, and guidance counselors.  Ms. Johnson and several members of the Civic Ed team enthusiastically shared all of the Clinic's efforts to engage students through internships and other programs that give students authentic learning experiences.

For more information, please contact Bryan Pflaum at pflaumb@ccf.org.