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First Comes Art, Then Comes A Party, Then Comes Community Empowerment

First Comes Art, Then Comes A Party, Then Comes Community Empowerment

June 15
By Tarryn Mento

Working with neighborhood groups, a trio of community members is setting out to unite residents and shed any negative perception of San Diego's City Heights region.

State Admits Posting Faulty School Test Data, Promises Revisions

State Admits Posting Faulty School Test Data, Promises Revisions

June 13
By Megan Wood / inewsource

The agency responsible for overseeing and analyzing public education data in California removed “bad” Advanced Placement test results from its website last month, acknowledging it had published the wrong scores from 2016.

Is Fighting Discrimination Too Hard? Not For This 11-Year-Old

Is Fighting Discrimination Too Hard? Not For This 11-Year-Old

June 12
Vanessa Rancano / KQED

Earlier this year, Kiera Kaiser took the podium at a Fresno Unified School District board meeting to encourage the board to pass a sanctuary resolution to protect undocumented students.

UC San Diego Partners With 13 Mexican Universities And High Schools

UC San Diego Partners With 13 Mexican Universities And High Schools

June 9
By Jean Guerrero

UC San Diego said Friday it is launching the Cali-Baja Education Consortium to make it easier for students to study on both sides of the border.

What San Diego's State Legislators Did On Education This Session

What San Diego's State Legislators Did On Education This Session

June 2
By Megan Burks

From water lead testing to teacher tenure, about a dozen education bills by San Diego legislators passed the California Assembly and Senate before Friday's deadline.

California Schools Chief Pays Visit To San Diego

California Schools Chief Pays Visit To San Diego

June 1
By Megan Burks

The California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson was in San Diego Thursday to draw attention to California's teacher shortage.

Proposed Rule Change For Adult ESL Classes Could Impact Children

Proposed Rule Change For Adult ESL Classes Could Impact Children

June 1
By Megan Burks

Many parents enroll in English-language courses so they can help their kids with school. The federal government wants to see more of them use the classes to get jobs or go to college.

Early Study Results Show High Rates Of Anxiety Among Syrian Refugee...

Early Study Results Show High Rates Of Anxiety Among Syrian Refugee Kids

May 30
By Tarryn Mento

The preliminary results, shared at the American Psychiatric Association conference, showed within one month of coming to the U.S., nearly two-thirds of kids surveyed had probable anxiety diagnosis and 85 percent had probable separation anxiety.

Teacher Of The Year Urges Gompers’ Community To Be Accountable

Teacher Of The Year Urges Gompers’ Community To Be Accountable

May 26
By Brad Racino / inewsource

More than 25 teachers and students have come forward to talk about allegations of grade inflation and unrealistic academic expectations detailed by inewsource last week in an investigation of Gompers Preparatory Academy.

Water Officials To Test Repairs At San Diego School After Elevated ...

Water Officials To Test Repairs At San Diego School After Elevated Lead Levels Found

May 26
By City News Service

City of San Diego officials are scheduled on Friday to test the water at Birney Elementary School in University Heights to determine if repairs successfully cleared contaminants from the plumbing system.