Cleveland Metropolitan School District

School nurses battle old buildings, lack of resources, along with COVID

BY: - August 6, 2020

In her nearly 40 years as a school nurse, Patricia Gunter has had to prepare for diseases like swine flu, H1N1, West Nile Virus, SARS, and even HIV, all while dealing with the usual school illness like head lice and chicken pox.  “We’ve put a plan in place every time we’ve had something happen,” said […]

Study: Cleveland housing market still fragile, tax incentives concentrated to certain areas

BY: - July 29, 2020

The housing market collapse of 2008 still impacts Cleveland’s residential areas, and the onset of a pandemic has presented its own set of problems, according to a recent analysis. A study of the benefits of tax abatement in the city showed a still-fragile housing market and declining home prices, with the risk of displacement still […]