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Cleveland District CEO Named Urban Educator of the Year – District Dossier – Education Week

Eric Gordon, CEO of the Cleveland district since 2011, was chosen Thursday as the Urban Educator of the Year at the Council of the Great City Schools annual conference in Miami.

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Cleveland cyber firm predicts GOP Convention will draw cyber attacks

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Cleveland cyber firm predicts GOP Convention will draw cyber attacks

According to the CEO of Stealthcare, a Cleveland-based cyber security firm, the next major cyber security attack will likely be tied to the GOP Convention, although he believes it won’t come from hacktivitsts upset with Donald Trump but rather from a state-sponsored group. Jeremy Samide, CEO of Stealthcare, points to the recent attack on the […]

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Rape prevention classes should be mandated within Cleveland schools: Jack Coffey and Kelly Papenfus (Opinion)

A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that nearly one in five women in the United States has been raped during her lifetime. The Cleveland Rape Crisis Center reports that women between the ages of 16 and 24 are four times more vulnerable to rape than any other national demographic. Furthermore, victims of sexual assault and violence are at an increased risk of acquiring a litany of mental health issues, ranging from major depressive disorder to post-traumatic stress disorder, and the experience of sexual assault and violence increases the risk of suicide. Read More….

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U.S. Supreme Court case from Cleveland could set child abuse reporting precedent

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Whip marks that a preschool teacher spotted on a 3-year-old’s face in 2010 triggered a criminal case in Cuyahoga County that has made its way to the U.S. Supreme Court — litigation that could set precedents for how prosecutors can use child-abuse reports filed by teachers.

The case set for March 1 arguments will decide whether statements children make to teachers and day-care workers can be used as evidence in abuse trials where the child can’t testify.

“Child abusers in this case are saying that where you can’t bring a child into court to testify, nothing the child has said can be considered as evidence, and that’s absurd,” says Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Matthew Meyer, who will deliver the county’s arguments before the U.

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