Stories for March 10, 2006
Trying to find a way to reach young students and to keep them in school so they graduate daunts educators now more than ever. Students dropping out of school are a distinct problem and the problem is even more pronounced if you are non-white, male and from a low income, inner city family. Three-quarters of African American boys will not graduate from school notes an opening graphic in new documentary,
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Gasoline prices continue to rise in Southern California. If you fill up in San Diego, you'll pay more than most other areas of the Southland. KPBS Reporter Ed Joyce has more.
The editors gather at the roundtable for opinions on building a new airport, a new report on unauthorized migrants, and a look at Mayor Sanders' work after 90 days in office.
San Diegans will see signature gatherers on the streets this weekend, as a campaign begins to open city services up to managed competition. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.