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(Following recipients and programs desig­ nated by donor and for general support unless otherwise noted)

Ashland College, Ashland, Ohio Baldwin-Wallace College

S 6,240

University of California, Berkeley, California 1,172 John Carroll University Case Western Reserve University 9,731 Adelbert College 5,314 Franklin Thomas Backus Law School 4,418 Field Biological Station at Squire Valleevue Farm in the Department of Biology 26,607 Graduate School 141,120 Reference books for the School of Library Science 153 School of Medicine 3,000 Social research at the School of Applied Social Sciences 985

John Hay High School seniors placed by YOU’s school-to-work program in after­ schooljobs at Cleveland Clinic gain valuable employment experience.

Harvard University, John F Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Massachusetts

M.Y.H. Club Corporation

Program for senior executives in state and local government (fifth year) 5,000

Morley Library Painesville, Ohio

Heights Community Congress

National Coalition ofESEA Title 1 Parents, Washington, D. C.

Schools Consensus Project (second and third years)

Tutorial program for neighborhood youth (over two years) 53,880

66,275

Industrial States Policy Center Hazardous waste management education curriculum for grades 7-12 6,000

Interchurch Council of Greater Cleveland Preschool book program of Project: LEARN (fourth year) 38,000

Kent State University Foundation, Kent, Ohio

1,000

Pilot training of parent leaders

2,750

National Gardening Association, Inc., Burlington, Vermont Indoor gardening program in the Cleveland Public Schools 20,000

National History Day In-class activities in the Cleveland Public Schools (over two years) 31,910

Notre Dame College of Ohio

Development of a computerized tracking program for teacher recruitment efforts by the Cleveland Public Schools 25,000

Lake County Historical Society, Mentor, Ohio Operating support

Operating support

1,000

Lake Erie College

“ Breaking Down the Barriers,” an educational equity project for Hispanic women 26,440 Capital campaign for a new health and physical education facility 150,000

St. William’s School Establishment of a Special Educational Resource Unit 8,540

United Negro College Fund, Inc., The Lake View Cemetery Foundation New York, New York

Harriet B. Storrs lectures

10,000

Educational efforts for the James A. Garfield Monument and Lake View Cemetery 20,000

Presidential Scholars Program (over three years)

180,000

Universityfor YoungAmericans

Laurel School Study of the decision-making process of adolescent girls in collaboration with Harvard University 50,000

Strategic planning and implementation project

Law Students Civil Rights Research Council, New York, New York

Youth and Community Involvement Program in the Cleveland Public Schools and community agencies 20,000

Placement of eight summer interns in the Cleveland area (over two years) 18,000

Up With People, Tucson, Arizona

Ursuline College “ Educating Cleveland Women for A Better Cleveland Tomorrow” program 40,000

Learning About Business, Painesville, Ohio Operating support

31,640

500

Youth Opportunities Unlimited School-to-work transition program with the Cleveland Public Schools (over two years)

265,687

TOTAL EDUCATION GRANTS— UNDESIGNATED $3,189,310

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Cleveland Council on World Affairs 250 The Cleveland Education Fund 500 Cleveland Lutheran High SchoolAssociation 1,973 Cleveland State University 129 Alumni enrichment program

Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut Denison University Granville, Ohio University ofDetroit, Detroit, Michigan Educational Television Association ofMetropolitan Cleveland, WVIZ-TV Fenn Educational Fund Gilmour Academy Hathaway Brown School Hawken School The Hill School, Pottstown, Pennsylvania

405 172

2,000

300

148 215 810

5,000 896 148

Cleveland Foundation – 1986 Annual Report