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Bachelor's Degrees Coming To MiraCosta, Mesa Colleges

Jan. 22
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The two San Diego County community colleges were among 15 chosen in California to offer bachelor's degrees under a pilot program.

MiraCosta, Mesa Colleges Chosen To Offer 4-Year Degrees

Jan. 20
By City News Service
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MiraCosta in Oceanside will offer a degree in bio-manufacturing, while Mesa will offer a degree in health information management.

Suspensions, Expulsions Down In San Diego County

Jan. 15
By Megan Burks
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The Fallbrook Union High School District and the Grossmont Union High School District had some of the highest discipline rates in the county. But both are seeing their rates fall.

Third Threat In 2 Days At San Ysidro High School

Jan. 15
By City News Service
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For the third time in two consecutive days, someone made an apparently bogus bomb threat against San Ysidro High School Thursday morning.

San Diego County Sees Drop In Student Suspensions

Jan. 14
By City News Service
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The San Diego Unified School District — the county's largest school district — suspended 4.2 percent of its students in the 2013-14 academic year.

City Heights Nonprofit Reality Changers Launches New Campaign

Jan. 14
By Dwane Brown
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The nonprofit that was founded in 2001 launched its "Give to the Future" campaign on Wednesday, and hopes to send 1,000 children to college at the end of this school year.

San Diego Unified Will Sell 2 Schools

Jan. 14
By City News Service
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One of the schools is where the "I Don't Like Mondays" shootings took place 36 years ago. The sale was approved by the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education Tuesday evening.

Former San Ysidro Superintendent Sentenced To 2 Months For Scandal

Jan. 13
By City News Service
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Manuel Paul, who pleaded guilty to a corruption charge in the "pay-for- play" scandal, was also fined $5,000 and ordered to perform 120 hours of community service.

San Diego Unified Hopes To Lower Class Sizes With Additional Funding

Jan. 13
By Matthew Bowler, City News Service
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With state spending per student set to rise $306, San Diego school officials said they planned to use the money to reduce class sizes, help English-learning students and pay for other classroom needs.

San Diego Catholic Diocese Searches For A Way To Keep Schools Afloat

Jan. 13
By Tom Fudge
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The Catholic school business model needs to change, and the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego wants to change it before more schools go out of business.