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Gov. Brown Vetoes Ban On Public Smoking At Colleges

Gov. Brown Vetoes Ban On Public Smoking At Colleges

Sept. 27
By Associated Press

The bill would have allowed school trustees and board members to decide whether to fine campus smokers up to $100.

Coronado Schools On Minimum Day Schedule Due To Hot Weather

Coronado Schools On Minimum Day Schedule Due To Hot Weather

Sept. 26
By City News Service

The superintendent can make the declaration because many of the island's classrooms are not air-conditioned and occasionally suffer from extreme and unhealthy temperatures.

Celebrating 70 Years Of 'Awkward Showers And Fun Hikes' At Sixth-Gr...

Celebrating 70 Years Of 'Awkward Showers And Fun Hikes' At Sixth-Grade Camp

Sept. 26
By Megan Burks

Millions of San Diegans have eaten in the mess hall at the county's sixth-grade camp. This week, birthday cake is on the menu. To celebrate, we've collected some of your sixth-grade camp memories.

San Diego State And Major League Soccer Explore Mission Valley Stadium

San Diego State And Major League Soccer Explore Mission Valley Stadium

Sept. 23
By Matt Hoffman

Over 18,000 Aztec supporters were emailed survey, designed to gauge interest in a new stadium for the SDSU football team.

ITT Closure Leaves Some Veterans Without A Housing Allowance

ITT Closure Leaves Some Veterans Without A Housing Allowance

Sept. 23
By Susan Murphy

The sudden shutdown this month of ITT Technical Institute has not only left students scrambling to transfer their credits, it has also left some veterans worrying about how they’ll pay their rent.

Here Are Some Of San Diego Teachers' Favorite Apps

Here Are Some Of San Diego Teachers' Favorite Apps

Sept. 22
By Megan Burks

In a recent survey, 90 percent of educators said they expect half of their classroom materials to be online by 2019. Here's a look at some of the apps they're using to do that.

Vista High To Expand Personalized Learning Program With $10M Grant

Vista High To Expand Personalized Learning Program With $10M Grant

Sept. 21
By Brooke Ruth, Alison St John

The grant is from XQ: The Super School Project, which aims to reimagine high school in America. It is funded in part by a $50 million donation from Steve Job's widow, Laurene Powell Jobs.

New Center Aims To Curb School To Prison Pipeline

New Center Aims To Curb School To Prison Pipeline

Sept. 19
By Marissa Cabrera, Alison St John

The Center for Community Cohesion is a partnership between the San Diego-based National Conflict Resolution Center, local law enforcement and the San Diego Unified School District.

First Person: A Dreamer Goes To College

First Person: A Dreamer Goes To College

Sept. 19
By Megan Burke

Imagine getting a letter out of the blue that said your kind words and caring gestures helped a child to achieve her dreams. That's what happened to Monica Medina, the director of diversity, engagement and grants here at KPBS.

Arrest Sparks Student Protests At SDSU

Arrest Sparks Student Protests At SDSU

Sept. 16
By City News Service

A man's forceful arrest Thursday at San Diego State University sparked student protests on campus and prompted a response from university President Elliot Hirshman and campus police.

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