Cleveland Mayor, School Reform Supporters to Interview Consultants for Tax Levy

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Monday, July 2, 2012

The levy campaign for Cleveland schools will kick off soon now that the state legislature has approved the changes needed to implement Mayor Frank Jackson's reform plans.

This morning, the mayor, Cleveland schools Superintendent Eric Gordon, Greater Cleveland Partnership boss Joe Roman and representatives of Breakthrough Charter Schools and the foundation community will hear pitches from three political consulting firms who responded to a request for proposals.

The formal process is an unusual step in school levies.

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