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Buddhist Fraternity Gaining Pledges At San Diego State

Buddhist Fraternity Gaining Pledges At San Diego State

Jan. 2
By Claire Trageser

To pledge, students must commit themselves to meeting for group meditation two nights a week, going on four retreats of day-long meditation and silence and doing community service.

San Diego Unified: Incident At Horton Elementary Was Not Corporal P...

San Diego Unified: Incident At Horton Elementary Was Not Corporal Punishment

Dec. 28
By Megan Burks

Parents complained in October their children were injured after being forced to hold a plank position on hot blacktop as punishment.

New Law Bans California Public Schools From Using 'Redskins' As Tea...

New Law Bans California Public Schools From Using 'Redskins' As Team Name

Dec. 26
By Tom Fudge

The law says the use of racially derogatory or discriminatory athletic team names is antithetical to the California school mission.

Mumps Cases Rise In San Diego And Across The Nation

Mumps Cases Rise In San Diego And Across The Nation

Dec. 23
By Kenny Goldberg

Even though there's a vaccine for it, mumps is making a comeback nationwide.

San Diego County Kids Outperform State In Fitness Testing. How Did ...

San Diego County Kids Outperform State In Fitness Testing. How Did Your District Do?

Dec. 21
By Megan Burks, City News Service

The physical fitness of San Diego County students held steady last year as that of students statewide dipped slightly.

Trump University Settlement Filed In Court

Trump University Settlement Filed In Court

Dec. 20
By Associated Press

The president-elect agreed last month to pay $25 million to settle two class-action lawsuits in San Diego and one by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.

San Diego Librarian Shares His Top 12 Kids Books Of 2016

San Diego Librarian Shares His Top 12 Kids Books Of 2016

Dec. 19
By Megan Burks

The San Diego County Office of Education's head librarian lists his top children's and young adult books of 2016.

Number Of Minority Applicants To UC San Diego Rises

Number Of Minority Applicants To UC San Diego Rises

Dec. 19
By KPBS News

The university said 35 percent of California resident applicants come from historically underrepresented groups, up 10.6 percent from last year. African-American and Latino and Mexican-American students account for the biggest jump.

San Diego Unified Responds To Families' Fears Under Trump

San Diego Unified Responds To Families' Fears Under Trump

Dec. 15
By Megan Burks

An event to promote inclusiveness Wednesday is just one of the ways district staff are addressing student and parent concerns following a divisive election.

$116M In The Red, San Diego Unified Looks To Close Its Budget Gap

$116M In The Red, San Diego Unified Looks To Close Its Budget Gap

Dec. 12
By Megan Burks

The Board of Education will discuss this week where to cut if the district's financial outlook doesn't improve.