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Join us in Realizing Potential for Cleveland’s Children through our social media campaign during the 2017-2018 academic year. Each month’s theme ties directly to the Schubert Center’s all-day event planned for April 27, 2018 titled, “Cleveland: A Community Committed to Our Children.” We encourage you to join us in posting facts about Cleveland’s children. Feel free to use the ones below, or share your own, and tag us using our hashtags.

#CLE4children

#SchubertTurns20

October – Juvenile Justice
November – Relationships
December – Health
January – Neighborhood
February-Education
March – Arts
April – Early Childhood

 

October – Justice

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Realizing [Justice] Potential during National Youth Justice Awareness Month #CLE4children #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Justice] In 2015 Cleveland had 56 delinquency offenses per 1,000 youth. #CLE4children #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Justice] (2015) CC juv detention center admitted 3,474 (2,764 black/491 white) w/ 36.3 day avg stay #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

 

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Realizing [Justice] Potential:  In 2015, Cleveland had 56 delinquency offenses per 1,000 youth. 1720 offenses by black youth (Rate of 16.79 per 1000 youth ages 0-19). 235 offenses by white youth (Rate of 2.29 per 1000 youth ages 0-19). 4/27/2018 #CLE4children #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Justice] Potential: The average daily population in the CC juvenile detention center is 135.9 youth. Total admissions to the detention center in 2015 was 3,474 (2,764 black and 491 white). The average length of stay of 36.3 days. 4/27/2018 #CLE4children #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Justice] Potential:  Juvenile justice‐involved youth with serious behavioral health issues often have inadequate and limited access to care to address their complex needs. Ohio’s Behavioral Health/Juvenile Justice (BHJJ) initiative was designed to provide these youth evidence and community‐based behavioral health treatment in lieu of detention. 4/27/2018 #CLE4children #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

 

October Sources: 

 

NEO CANDO

Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court

Begun Center

 

 

November – Relationships

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Realizing [Relationship] Potential for CLE children at #CLE4children forum on 4/27/18 #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Relationship] (2017) 43.6% of CC students feel like they matter to people in their community. #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Relationship] In 2017, 17.4% of CC HS students reported being bullied on school property.  #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

 

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Realizing [Relationship] Potential: In 2015, 59% of children in Cleveland lived in Mother-Only households, 10% lived in Father-Only households, and 30% lived in Married-Couple households, 7% of children in Cleveland didn’t live with either parent. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Relationship] Potential: In 2017, 43.6% of students felt like they mattered to people in their community. 77.2% of CC high school students reported that they had one or more adult, other than their parents, who they would feel comfortable seeking help from if there was an important issue or question affecting their life. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Relationship] Potential : According to the CC YRBS reports of bullying have increased since 2009. In 2017, 17.4% of CC high school students reported being bullied on school property. 14.7% of CC high school students reported being bullied electronically. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

November Sources:

2017 Cuyahoga County High School Youth Risk Behavior Survey

KIDS COUNT

 

December – Health

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[Health] 71.3% of CC high school students reported having a wellness checkup in the past 12 months. #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Health] In 2015, the rate of child abuse or neglect was 2.4/100,000 in CC 29% decrease from 2014. #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Health] (2015) Black children are 3 times more likely to die in infancy than white children in CC #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

 

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Realizing [Health] Potential: 71.3% of CC high school students reported having a wellness checkup in the past 12 months. In 2013, only 7.6% of high school students reported smoking cigarettes, down from 17.8% in 2004, representing a 58% drop in cigarette use over 9 years. Cleveland has exceeded the Healthy People 2020 cigarette goal of 16.0%. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Health] Potential: Cleveland’s overall IMR in 2012 was 10.2 infant deaths per 1,000 live births with a white IMR of 5.4 and black IMR of 13.5.  Ohio’s target is to achieve fewer than 6.0 infant deaths per live births in every racial and ethnic group, which aligns with the the national Healthy People 2020 objective. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Health] Potential: In 2015, 200 children in Cuyahoga County died. This is the highest total number of deaths in the past six years. Black children are nearly three times more likely to die than white children in CC. The racial disparity between black and white child deaths remained stable with a ratio of 2.9 in 2015, which is tied for the second-lowest rate in the last ten years. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

December Sources:

2015 Cuyahoga County High School Youth Risk Behavior Survey

2015 Ohio Infant Mortality Report

Cuyahoga County Child Fatality Report

MomsFirst 2016 Annual Report

Youth Spotlight: Youth Smoking in Cleveland: 2004-2013

 

January – Home/Neighborhood

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[Neighborhood] In 2015, 50% of children in Cleveland lived in poverty. #CLE4children 4/27/18 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Neighborhood] In 2015 12.2% of kids under 6 in CLE had elevated blood lead levels ≥5ug/dl. #CLE4children 4/27/18 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Neighborhood] In 2016, 23.0% of kids in CC were food insecure. #CLE4children 4/27/18 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

 

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Realizing [Neighborhood] Potential: In 2016, 23.0% of kids in CC were food insecure. On average the Greater Cleveland Food Bank served 51,165 children every month during that year. #CLE4children 4/27/18 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Neighborhood] Potential: In 2016, 51% of children in Cleveland lived in poverty. In 2015, there were 2468 foreclosure filings in Cleveland compared to 4260 foreclosure filings in 2010. #CLE4children 4/27/18 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Neighborhood] Potential: In 2015 12.2% of children under the age of  6 in Cleveland had elevated blood lead levels (≥5ug/dl). #CLE4children 4/27/18 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

January Sources:

Ohio Department of Health 

Greater Cleveland Food Bank

KIDS COUNT

NEO CANDO

 

February – Education

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Realizing [Education] Potential at #CLE4children forum on 4/27/18 #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Education] CMSD Graduation rate has increased from 52.2% in 2010 to 71.9% in 2016. #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Education] The number of black CMSD student drop-outs in grade 12 decreased by 47% from 2015-2016 to 2016-17 #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

 

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Realizing [Education] Potential: The Cleveland Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in the State of Ohio. The CMSD Graduation rate has increased from 52.2% in 2010 to 71.9% in 2016. The number of black student drop-outs in grade 12 decreased by 47% from 2015-2016 to 2016-17. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Education] Potential:  In the 2016-2017 school year, black CMSD students were disciplined at a rate of 36.2 disciplinary actions per 100 students compared to 16.6 disciplinary actions per 100 students for white students. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Education] Potential: In 2015, 41% of young adults in Cleveland aged 18-24 were enrolled in or had completed college. In 2015, 13% of Cleveland teens aged 16-19 were not in school and were not working. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

February Sources:

CMSD Facts

KIDS Count

Ohio School Report Cards

 

March – Art

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Realizing [Arts] Potential at #CLE4children on 4/27/18 #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Art] Between 2005 and 2015 the number of arts, music and PE teachers in Ohio has declined by 12.3%. #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Art] A 2013 report identified CMSD as one of 25 Ohio school districts offering the highest number of different arts courses per grade level. #CLE4children http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

 

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Realizing [Art] Potential: Between 2005-06 and 2014-15 that the number of arts, music and PE teachers in Ohio has declined by 12.3 percent. Research consistently finds that these positions improve student outcomes. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Art] Potential: A 2013 report from ODE identified CMSD as one of 25 Ohio school districts offering the highest number of different arts courses per grade level. In 2013 CMSD offered 7.5 arts courses per grade. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Art] Potential: A 2013 report from ODE found that 93% of all Ohio public schools provided access to some arts instruction. Approximately 54,700 students in Ohio’s public schools did not have access to arts instruction.  #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

March Sources:

Policy Matters Ohio

The Status of Arts Education in Ohio Schools

 

April – Early Childhood

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Realizing [Early Childhood] Potential at #CLE4children forum on 4/27/18 #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Early Childhood] 36% of all preschool-aged children in CLE are enrolled in high-quality PreK. #CLE4children 4/27/18 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

[Early Childhood] In 2015 only 33% of CMSD students were ready for kindergarten. #CLE4children 4/27/18 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

 

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Realizing [Early Childhood] Potential: In 2016 36% of all preschool-aged children in Cleveland were enrolled in high-quality preschool.  As of December 2016, 4,277 children were enrolled in high-quality preschool which is a 50% increase in preschool enrollment since 2013. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Early Childhood] Potential: Research shows that the brain develops more rapidly between birth and three years of age than at any other time in life. Home visiting services can have a positive impact on children’s achievement later in life. In 2016, Help Me Grow of Cuyahoga County completed 5,959 home visits. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

Realizing [Early Childhood] Potential: Cuyahoga County’s Universal Pre-K program was started to make high quality early care and education more available and accessible to children, especially those from less advantaged backgrounds. An assessment showed that children enrolled in the program had statistically significant gains in school readiness. #CLE4children 4/27/2018 #SchubertCenterTurns20 http://schubert.case.edu/20th-anniversary/

April Sources:

Invest in Children

Ohio Kindergarten Readiness Assessment

Help Me Grow

PRE4CLE

 

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