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CLEVELAND—The Greater Cleveland Partnership reiterates its support of “The Cleveland Plan,” which is improving the educational experience and outcomes in Cleveland classrooms, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and the 15 mill property tax renewal levy on the November 8th ballot.
This support continues despite the recent Cleveland Teachers Union (CTU) vote to reject the tentative contract that was negotiated between the District and the union leadership, said GCP President and CEO Joe Roman.
“The District and CTU have worked together in the best interest of our kids in the past,” said Roman. “We know that, at this important juncture in the implementation of the Plan, they can do it again by working to find a solution in support of Cleveland’s children. This solution must maintain fidelity to the original plan we all supported in 2012.” Read more.