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Cleveland Transformation Alliance
In 2011, Mayor Frank G. Jackson brought together Cleveland’s educational leaders and city stakeholders, challenging them to envision a plan that would fundamentally reinvent public education in the city. The mission of Cleveland’s Plan for Transforming Schools is to ensure every child attends a quality school and every community has a multitude of great schools from which families can choose.
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Part of our responsibility with the Cleveland Plan is to communicate with families about quality school options and educational resources so that every child and family can have a positive and rewarding educational experience.
About the Transformation Alliance
As part of Cleveland’s Plan for Transforming Schools, the Cleveland Transformation Alliance was established to ensure that our shared vision becomes a reality. Our job is to engage families, community members and city stakeholders and provide updates on the progress of school reform in Cleveland.
Do you believe every child has the right to a quality education? We do too. Invest in the future of all Cleveland children by joining our community of parents, caregivers, ambassadors, volunteers, educators and civic leaders who are committed to transforming our schools.
Charter School Review
By monitoring the growth and quality of the charter sector, the Transformation Alliance works to ensure charter schools in Cleveland reflect quality educational standards.
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Want a deeper understanding of the progress our schools are making? This annual report to community members and stakeholders provides a snapshot of the Cleveland Plan’s implementation and impact. Download now
View 2018 School Quality Guide
This digital guide includes information and ratings on all district and charter schools in Cleveland and can help you find the school that meets your family’s needs. Updated each year, it includes state ratings and community reviews. Download now >>
This digital guide includes information and ratings on all district and charter schools in Cleveland and can help you find the school that meets your family’s needs. Updated each year, it includes state ratings and community reviews. View Records >>
June Board MeetingJune 18, 2018 | 5:30pm - 7:00pm The next meeting of the Transformation Alliance Board of Directors is scheduled for Monday, June 18
August Board MeetingAugust 27, 2018 | 5:30pm - 7:00pm The Transformation Alliance Board of Directors August meeting is scheduled for Monday, August 27.
October Board MeetingOctober 1, 2018 | 5:30pm - 7:00pm The Transformation Alliance Board of Directors October meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 1.
New Transformation Alliance website helps Clevelanders to learn more, find the best school for their childrenJuly 16, 2018 CLEVELAND – July 16, 2018 – The Cleveland Transformation Alliance has launched its new interactive website, myCLEschool.org. The site allows families to view school data and information for all Cleveland’s public schools – both district and charter – and learn more about school quality. “Our new website is the only online source of objective information […]
Charter Sponsor ReviewJune 28, 2018 Charter Sponsor Review for the 2019-2020 School Year This is an update to Ohio sponsors with information about the Cleveland Transformation Alliance’s sponsor review process and related criteria established under state law. Based on input from the sponsor community, the Transformation Alliance has revised the timeline for our review processes, and established a protocol that […]
Power of the Plan: Embracing ‘his choice’ at Glenville high schoolMay 9, 2018 When her son decided to attend Glenville High School, Takisha Claybrooks-Williams was not happy.