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Seeds Students: Writing from the Heart

Students come to Seeds most often for their High School Equivalency, but sometimes, they find a new passion along the way. For many of them, it’s creative writing. That’s certainly the case for the six Seeds students whose work was just published in Women’s Perspectives, a national journal of creative
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Seeds Graduation Re-CAPPED

Wednesday evening, in the auditorium of The Centers for Families and Children on Euclid Avenue, Seeds celebrated the successes of the Class of 2019. At 51 graduates, this is the second-largest graduating class since the GED went computer-only in 2014. Among the graduates were longtime Seeds students like Rose Copley,
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Seeds Lights Up CLE on the Terminal Tower

Sure, Clevelanders love the Rock Hall, the West Side Market, and the Guardians of Transportation. But in terms of city landmarks, you can’t beat Terminal Tower. It’s our most distinct and easily recognizable skyscraper, featured regularly in TV shows and movies set in The Land. That’s why we see it
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Bookhouse Brewing and Seeds: A Winning Combination

At Seeds, our budget comes from donations. So when it comes to raising money-sometimes we have to get crafty. And what better way to do that … than with craft beers? That’s what we’re doing this Tuesday at the Sip for Seeds and Book Swap at Bookhouse Brewing! Bookhouse will
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Entler Named to Crain’s 2019 Notable Women in Education List

Cleveland, OH (June 17, 2019) – Bonnie Entler, Executive Director of Seeds of Literacy, was named to Northeast Ohio’s 2019 Notable Women in Education list by Crain’s Cleveland Business. The list features female leaders in the education sector, including teachers, coaches, and administrators, spanning K through 12 to higher education.
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Pump It Up: 5 Ways to Boost Your Vocabulary

A strong vocabulary is necessary to succeed in life, but building it won’t happen unless you make an effort. Here are five (mostly) fun ways to pump up your word choices. (1) READ! Then make a list of new words Educators and writers all seem to agree that reading is
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[VIDEO] Spectrum: Uncovering Functional Illiteracy In Cleveland

Lindsay Oliver, from Spectrum News Ohio, recently spent a morning at Seeds East, learning about adult functional illiteracy rates in Cleveland. “Functionally illiterate means they are still able to parent, work, and function, but they don’t really have the reading, writing and math skills to prosper in our society. That
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