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Elevated Lead Levels Not Detected In Latest Round Of San Diego Unif...

Elevated Lead Levels Not Detected In Latest Round Of San Diego Unified Testing

April 14
By Megan Burks

All of the 15 schools tested this month do not have elevated levels of lead in their drinking water.

Parents Worry About San Diego Unified Plan To Uproot Dozens Of Spec...

Parents Worry About San Diego Unified Plan To Uproot Dozens Of Special Ed Classes

April 14
By Megan Burks

San Diego Unified is planning to close dozens of special education classrooms and consolidate them across fewer campuses.

San Diego Promise Makes College Dream Come True For Working Mom

San Diego Promise Makes College Dream Come True For Working Mom

April 13
By Ebone Monet

A pilot program from the San Diego Community College District gives students a jump start on life. District leaders say this is not just free tuition at work, but a network of support that gives people who do not have the means to pay for higher education a chance to go to college.

Report: 43,000 Young People Not Working Or Going To School In San D...

Report: 43,000 Young People Not Working Or Going To School In San Diego County

April 12
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The report by the San Diego Workforce Partnership says nearly 10 percent of young people ages 16-24 are “disconnected” from school or work. The issue will be addressed this week at a youth summit.

SDSU Program Helps Freshmen Learn Like College Students, Not Cram L...

SDSU Program Helps Freshmen Learn Like College Students, Not Cram Like Them

April 12
By Megan Burks

San Diego State University is expanding a program that has helped more college freshmen get through their first lecture-style classes in one try.

Graduation Rates Up Slightly Across San Diego County

Graduation Rates Up Slightly Across San Diego County

April 11
By City News Service, KPBS News

The dropout and graduation rates among San Diego County students in the high school class of 2015-16 remained stable, compared to last year, according to figures released Tuesday by the state Department of Education.

First Person: Artist Shinpei Takeda Explores 'Fobias' In Latest Exh...

First Person: Artist Shinpei Takeda Explores 'Fobias' In Latest Exhibit

April 10
By Brooke Ruth

The exhibit is titled "Fobia," which is the Spanish word for phobia and is a more general term, Takeda said. The exhibit is on display at the San Diego Mesa College Art Gallery through Thursday.

Lead Not The Only Chemical Found In The Water At Southcrest School

Lead Not The Only Chemical Found In The Water At Southcrest School

April 5
By Megan Burks

Old PVC pipes were leaching vinyl chloride into the water at Emerson-Bandini Elementary School. Lead tests being performed across all campuses in the district will not detect the chemical.

San Diego Educators Seek More Funding For Adult Ed Classes As Deman...

San Diego Educators Seek More Funding For Adult Ed Classes As Demand Increases

April 6
By Megan Burks

Administrators at local adult schools say they are seeing greater demand for English-language courses and classes that help immigrants prepare for the citizenship exam. But the demand comes after eight years of flat funding from the state.

San Diego Unified Begins Testing Water In Schools For Lead

San Diego Unified Begins Testing Water In Schools For Lead

April 4
By City News Service

Testing for lead in water systems at San Diego Unified School District campuses began Monday, according to district officials.