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UC San Diego Announces Move Up To NCAA Division I

UC San Diego Announces Move Up To NCAA Division I

Nov. 27
By City News Service, Matt Hoffman

UC San Diego announced Monday that it will begin the process of moving its athletics program from NCAA Division II to Division I, the top level in collegiate sports.

Study: Sex Traffickers Use Emojis In Online Ads To Avoid Detection

Study: Sex Traffickers Use Emojis In Online Ads To Avoid Detection

Nov. 21
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

Research out of San Diego State University suggests that while law enforcement searches internet ads for keywords indicating sex trafficking they should also look for certain coded emojis.

‘Extraordinary Audit’ Of San Ysidro School District Moving Forward

‘Extraordinary Audit’ Of San Ysidro School District Moving Forward

Nov. 21
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

The state agency that will investigate potential fraud or misuse of funds involving two former top administrators at the San Ysidro School District has signed an agreement to conduct what is called an “extraordinary audit.”

SDSU Professor Challenges Concept Widely Embraced By Educators

SDSU Professor Challenges Concept Widely Embraced By Educators

Nov. 20
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

The concept of the growth mindset has been widely embraced by educators, but San Diego State University Professor J. Luke Wood, Ph.D., said the concept is incomplete when it comes to underserved students, particularly boys and men of color.

It's Fifth-Grade Music For All Under San Diego Unified Arts Plan

It's Fifth-Grade Music For All Under San Diego Unified Arts Plan

Nov. 20
By Megan Burks

Year two of the district's five-year plan to expand arts education also comes with a new private foundation to help cover costs.

Escondido Students Step Into Shoes Of Teachers, Museum Curators

Escondido Students Step Into Shoes Of Teachers, Museum Curators

Nov. 17
By Megan Burks

Do you know it well enough to teach it? That’s the question a unique partnership with the San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum is posing to sophomores at Del Lago Academy.

Barrera, San Diego Nonprofits Eye Commercial Property Taxes To Boos...

Barrera, San Diego Nonprofits Eye Commercial Property Taxes To Boost Schools

Nov. 15
By Megan Burks

Next year, San Diego Unified is expected to face a $59 million shortfall due to rising pension costs — that after $124 million in cuts this year. Now, San Diego nonprofits are joining an effort to get a ballot initiative that would change the rules for taxes that fund schools.

Investigation Finds University Of California Officials Interfered W...

Investigation Finds University Of California Officials Interfered With Audit

Nov. 15
By Associated Press

Top advisers to University of California President Janet Napolitano improperly interfered in a state audit to tone down critical comments from campus administrators about the president's office, an investigation ordered by the UC regents found.

Still No Word From San Diego Christian College; <em>inewsource</em>...

Still No Word From San Diego Christian College; inewsource Responds To Allegations Anyway

Nov. 15
By Megan Wood / inewsource

San Diego Christian College still has not provided inewsource with documents accounting for $20 million in expenses, which were brought to light in our investigation published Oct. 30. We have asked repeatedly for this information.

Southwestern College Steps Up Services Amid Increasing Student Home...

Southwestern College Steps Up Services Amid Increasing Student Homelessness

Nov. 14
By Megan Burks

Last year, Southwestern College opened a food pantry to help students experiencing hunger. As they came forward, the school learned many were also homeless.