Students can succeed at the Perspectives Academy, which provides an alternative learning environment for students that experience anxiety, depression, autism, and social and emotional issues.
On the day of the downlink, Shaker students from grades K–12, teachers, parents, and guests watched select students ask the astronauts questions, who were viewed live on a large screen.
For some, reading is a vexing task that can result in feelings of inadequacy, frustration, and even tears. Here are some tips on how to foster a love of reading with all children.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland will offer free admission to visitors ages 18 and under, effective immediately.
How can we teach children to listen and learn to be open to something other than what they are used to in their families?
The Science Center's newest special exhibition allows rail fans of all ages to get a closer look at the world of the railroads from locomotives to cabooses through hands-on exhibits.
Located inside Burke Lakefront Airport, you’ll find exhibits on Amelia Earhart, Harriet Quimby, Bessie Coleman (the first African American pilot) the women of WWII, rocket girls and more.
All year long, kids are inspired to follow their passions while role playing as doctors, veterinarians, nurses and pharmacists at Little Medical School of Northeast Ohio.
Studies show multi-sensory techniques that use sight, hearing, touch and movement simultaneously lead to more efficient and effective learning. Try these strategies to make spelling fun.
Last year, LEI programs and workshops served over 2,500 youth from kindergarten though grade 12, as well as 127 teachers in area schools.