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Roundtable: Electricity Rates And Solar, Concealed Carry Case, High School English

July 3
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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The CPUC is changing electricity rates, which won't be good for the solar industry. A lawsuit over concealed weapons permits is in the 9th Circuit. A local high school says students can learn to speak English and master other subjects at the same time.

UC San Diego Admission Offers Increase For Fall 2015

July 2
By City News Service, Associated Press
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UC San Diego announced that admission was offered to 26,502 prospective freshmen and 8,150 transfers for the fall 2015 term.

2,000 Health Care Workers, Educators Gather In San Diego To Talk Childhood Obesity

July 1
By Matthew Bowler
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The three-day Childhood Obesity Conference attracted people like Chelsea Clinton and Tom Torlakson, the state's superintendent of public instruction.

Lakeside Mother Sentenced To 1 Year For Threatening School

June 30
By City News Service
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Sarah Joy Lomaintewa threatened to carry out a shooting at Lindo Park Elementary, officials said.

Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Strict School Vaccine Legislation

June 30
By Associated Press
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The bill strikes California's personal belief exemption for immunizations, requiring nearly all public schoolchildren to be vaccinated.

San Diego STEM Conference Focuses On Gender, Diversity

June 29
By Matthew Bowler
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U.S. News and World Report’s STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference is addressing the challenge of how to get more female and minority students interested in science.

California Legislature Passes Strict School Vaccine Bill

June 29
By Associated Press
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California lawmakers on Monday sent the governor a contentious bill that would impose one of the strictest school vaccination laws in the country after a series of emotionally charged debates.

SDSU Study Finds Acceptance Of Working Mothers At All-Time High

June 29
By City News Service
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In the study published in Psychology of Women Quarterly, a team led by SDSU professor Jean Twenge found that 22 percent of 12th graders believe that a pre-school aged child would suffer if their mother worked, down from 34 percent in the 1990s and 59 percent in the 1970s.

School Is Out But Hunger Lingers For Some San Diego Kids

June 25
Midday Edition
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For students who rely on school lunch meals, having enough to eat during summer break can be challenging.

UC San Diego Extension Aims To Promote College To Native Americans

June 25
By Claire Trageser
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A new UC San Diego Extension initiative wants to create a college-going culture on the Viejas and Sycuan reservations. Its summer classes are aimed at helping Native American students not only feel prepared for college, but making them eager to go in the first place.

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