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GCBL staff  |  04/25/08 @ 10:34am

  • Twenty marketing education students at Beachwood, Mayfield and Richmond Heights high schools are hosting a "Green Dream" showcase today that features green ideas in art, music, home makeovers, a light bulb exchange, organic food and exhibitor displays ranging from geothermal technology to environmentally friendly weddings. Proceeds from the event will be used to build the "Ultimate Green Classroom" at Beachwood High School.
  • These 13 schools in Cleveland are making a difference (and changing preconceived notions about inner-city schools) by helping students succeed, according to a new study supported by the Cleveland and George Gund foundations.
  • Are you harboring a computer graveyard in your basement? Round up those old monitors and beige boxes before the end of April and your city service department will help you connect with a local recycling center. More information.

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