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About Glover CLC

Glover Community Learning Center teachers have an average of 17 years of experience. 83% hold a master's degree or higher. We continue to raise reading and math scores through classroom technology.

Glover's Programs:

We offer students after-school intervention programs for math and reading. Our students read more than 25,000 books per year. Glover CLC's multicultural committee has several cultural programs to celebrate diversity. Glover CLC has active partnerships with area businesses and offers the Butch Reynolds Care for Kids program.
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History of Glover CLC

The new Glover Community Learning Center was opened on December 17, 2008. The original school building was constructed in 1918. The school is named in honor of Nathan L. Glover (1842-1923), the first supervisor of music education in Akron Public Schools. In September 1872, Glover was hired as a vocal music teacher for the Akron schools. For years, he was the only person in the music department, going to each school and conducting a music class in each room about every two weeks. He organized annual music festivals and formed glee clubs and choruses in each high school. Later, he became supervisor of music, coordinating the work of a staff of itinerant music teachers. Glover retired as head of the music department for Akron Public Schools in 1921 after 49 years of service with the school system. He was succeeded by his daughter, Nellie Glover.