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At Least 10 Killed After Truck Hits Charter Bus Carrying SoCal High School Students

April 11
Mark Memmott / NPR
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At least 10 people died and several dozen were injured when a Fed Ex truck slammed into a bus taking high school students to visit a Northern California college. Two San Diego-area students suffered minor injuries in the crash.

Sweetwater Teachers Avert Strike After Tentative Deal Reached

April 11
By Susan Murphy
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After more than six months of contentious negotiations, Sweetwater Union High School District and the teachers union reached a tentative deal late Thursday night.

City Heights Residents Rally For Free Bus Pass Program Expansion

April 11
By Megan Burks
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A pilot program that provided free transit passes to students in need is coming to an end. Program advocates are looking to fund an expansion.

Community College Funding To Help End Economic Disparity

April 10
Brooke Binkowski
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A new study recommends more community college funding goes to colleges in economically depressed areas.

San Diego Scientists Offer Free Online Course On Climate Change

April 8
By Susan Murphy
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Researchers have warned for years of climate change's potential effects, including higher sea levels and increasing extreme weather events. Now the general public has an opportunity to explore the science and share ideas with participants from around the world.

Former Sweetwater School District Superintendent Pleads Guilty To Felony Conspiracy

April 4
By City News Service
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Former Sweetwater Union High School District Superintendent Jesus Gandara and former Sweetwater board member Greg Sandoval pleaded guilty on Friday to a felony conspiracy charge and a misdemeanor count of failing to report gifts they received.

San Ysidro Teachers Vote To Strike If No Agreement Reached With District

April 4
By City News Service
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The teachers want a reduction in class sizes and a 1 percent raise, while the San Ysidro School District is seeking a pay cut to offset a budget deficit.

Lockdown Lifted At Lakeside Schools After Fatal Shooting

April 3
10News.com
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All schools in the Lakeside Union School District were in lockdown this afternoon while police responded to a nearby shooting that left one person dead.

California Bill Would Require Public Schools To Stock Allergy Injectors

April 3
Capital Public Radio
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A bill that would require all California public schools to keep emergency supplies of allergy medication injectors on-site has cleared the Senate Education Committee.

San Diego County Students Begin Field Testing Common Core Standards

April 1
By Susan Murphy
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Students are no longer filling in multiple-choice bubble circles. Instead, they're typing their answers in essay form on a keyboard and using a computer mouse to click and drag, create graphs, match, and fill in boxes.