Chabad at Ohio University in Athens announced its executive board for 2023.
Laurel School in Shaker Heights recently announced the Changemaker Scholarship, which will be offered to 10th- and 11th-grade girls who are applying to the school’s Environmental Justice Semester. According to a news release, the scholarship will cover 50% of tuition, and variable tuition wi…
Sweet Kiddles, a franchise of early childhood education centers in Northeast Ohio, will open its newest location in Beachwood on March 13.
Early childhood education teaches concepts through various activities, such as play, art and music. At Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple’s early childhood center, children learn about holidays such as Purim through such activities.
Many teachers will say their students are what keep them going. This holds true for three local Jewish day school teachers.
Professors from The Ohio State University in Columbus recently published a book, “Enduring Questions: Using Jewish Children’s Literature in Classrooms,” exploring the questions Jewish children’s literature raises and the broader lessons the material can teach from preschool through sixth grade.
Reading is a valuable life skill that can often be taken for granted as many begin learning very early in life, but sometimes what people read has the power to stick with them and inspire action.
Pete Williams, recently retired NBC News correspondent covering the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Supreme Court, was named the Journalist in Residence at John Carroll University’s College of Arts and Sciences. Williams will be a guest lecturer in classes, mentor students, collabora…
The Jewish Education Center of Cleveland will host its 29th annual celebration and educators awards ceremony Feb. 26 at the Mandel Jewish Community Center in Beachwood.
Jenise M. Snyder was appointed dean of arts, sciences and professional studies at Ursuline College in Pepper Pike after serving as interim dean since March 2022, according to a news release.
Hiram College received a $655,000 federal earmark to provide funds for a new office of workforce development and community engagement on the school’s campus, according to a news release. The funds come after the passage of the federal budget and sponsorship of U.S. Rep. David P. Joyce R-Russ…
Early childhood education sets the foundation for a child’s academic career. For that reason, professionals say it is important for parents to find a school that can meet their family’s needs.
The MetroHealth System and Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District held a Jan. 17 ribbon cutting and grand opening of the Heights Wellness Center at Heights High School.
The online MBA program at the Boler College of Business at John Carroll University has been ranked among the nation’s best in the 2023 U.S. News and World Report, according to a news release. The program was ranked sixth in Ohio and the first private institution in Northeast Ohio of those ac…
Publisher's note: This story has been updated to reflect that Magnolia House is a center of psychiatric rehabilitation.
Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple preschool is open for fall enrollment. The school has three-day and five-day programs with full-day or half-day options.
A bill signed Jan. 5 by Gov. Mike DeWine could help with the teacher shortage being experienced statewide in Ohio.
John Carroll University in University Heights will launch their Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in the fall 2023. The program received approval from the Higher Learning Commission, according to a news release.
Early childhood education is the first time many children are exposed to a school environment. Different families have different preferences and goals when it comes to their children’s learning experiences. Therefore, in choosing where to send their children, parents may be wise to keep thei…
As winter approaches, so does the spreading of viruses like COVID-19, the flu and respiratory syncytial virus. Because of a surge in cases, colloquially known as the “tripledemic,” it is the responsibility of schools to take the proper measures to maximize the potential for their students to…