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San Diego's Downtown Library Keeps Homeless Warm And Dry

San Diego's Downtown Library Keeps Homeless Warm And Dry

Feb. 27
By Susan Murphy

San Diego’s wet winter is great for the drought, but miserable for the hundreds of homeless who have to endure the harsh conditions on the streets.

What Parents Of Students With Special Needs Can Expect Under San Di...

What Parents Of Students With Special Needs Can Expect Under San Diego Unified Cuts

Feb. 24
By Megan Burks

The San Diego Unified School District says it will still meet the needs of students with disabilities despite layoffs aimed at cutting $124 million from the budget next year.

News In Numbers: Homeless Student Numbers Rise In San Diego County

News In Numbers: Homeless Student Numbers Rise In San Diego County

Feb. 27
By Megan Wood / inewsource

There are 21,466 homeless students in San Diego County K-12 public schools, and the number has been growing over the past seven years.

UC San Diego Conference Looks At NAFTA Impact

UC San Diego Conference Looks At NAFTA Impact

Feb. 24
By Steve Walsh

The Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego on Monday will hold a day-long conversation on NAFTA, as the Trump Administration looks at reworking or scrapping the 22-year-old trade deal.

Roundtable: Immigration Enforcement; Issa's Big Day; SDUSD Budget Math

Roundtable: Immigration Enforcement; Issa's Big Day; SDUSD Budget Math

Feb. 24
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Who is harmed the most by strict border enforcement? It might be a toss-up. Rep. Darrell Issa talks — and listens — to his constituents. And the San Diego Unified board gets an earful about potential budget cuts.

City Heights Running Club Supports Students On And Off The Track

City Heights Running Club Supports Students On And Off The Track

Feb. 22
By Tarryn Mento

The club is hosting its fifth annual 5K fundraiser on Saturday to help sustain its operations.

San Diego Unified Budget Cuts Spare Classrooms But Not Their Freque...

San Diego Unified Budget Cuts Spare Classrooms But Not Their Frequent Visitors

Feb. 22
By Megan Burks

Class sizes are expected to remain the same despite a $124 million deficit next year. But many of the cuts impact administrators and specialists who are familiar faces in the classroom.

Encinitas Student Who Was Barred From U.S. Speaks Out

Encinitas Student Who Was Barred From U.S. Speaks Out

Feb. 21
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Sara Yarjani, a U.S. student-visa holder who is an Iranian national, was detained and deported from the U.S. last month, after President Trump’s travel ban went into effect.

75 Years Since Japanese Internment Order, Is History Repeating Itself?

75 Years Since Japanese Internment Order, Is History Repeating Itself?

Feb. 21
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

A lecture in San Diego Tuesday explores the history of the Japanese internment order and its parallels with Trump's travel ban.

San Diego Unified Proposal Would Eliminate Hundreds Of Positions, R...

San Diego Unified Proposal Would Eliminate Hundreds Of Positions, Reduce Work Year To Balance Budget

Feb. 20
By Megan Burks

District officials say the plan to cut $124 million from the budget will not impact class sizes or instruction time.

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