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San Diego Unified Board Approves $1.37B Budget

June 24
By City News Service
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The budget includes new spending aligned with the district's "Vision 2020" plan. The district dedicated funds to a new Youth and Advocacy Office aimed at closing the achievement gap, lower class sizes for pre-kindergarten through third grade and increased counselor support and services.

San Diego County Looks To Law Enforcement To Fight Truancies

June 23
By Matthew Bowler
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Supervisors Bill Horn and Dianne Jacob say unexcused school absences are a problem for San Diego County’s unincorporated areas, and they want to work with the sheriff to fix the problem.

ASK Campaign Promotes Gun Safety For San Diego Parents

June 18
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"Asking Saves Kids" is an offshoot of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. On Sunday, the group would like San Diego parents to have a specific conversation with their kids' friends.

UC San Diego Cyber Archeologist Salvaging Destroyed Iraqi Artifacts

June 16
By Susan Murphy
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A UC San Diego graduate student in archeology is building a virtual museum of Iraqi artifacts that were recently destroyed by terrorists.

Free Summer Lunches For Kids At San Diego County Libraries

June 16
By Tarryn Mento
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When school lets out and summer begins, many kids need to find ways to stave off boredom. But some also need help fighting hunger.

San Diego Autism Researchers Are Testing A New Use For An Old Drug

June 11
By David Wagner
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UC San Diego is launching a clinical trial to test a century-old drug in patients with autism.

San Diego Teen Arrested In Connection With Bomb Threats, 'Swatting' Incidents

June 11
By Matthew Bowler, City News Service
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A San Diego teen arrested in connection with three separate bomb threats made against Point Loma High School April 5 and 6 was linked to an online group suspected of making similar threats across the United States and Canada, police said Thursday.

City Heights High School Helps Refugees Become Graduates

June 10
By Matthew Bowler
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A young man goes from living in a refugee camp in Thailand to graduating from Crawford high school graduate and the special San Diego School District program that helps immigrant students graduate.

Sweetwater Union Names New Superintendent

June 9
By City News Service
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Karen Janney, a former Sweetwater assistant superintendent and principal, will succeed Phil Stover.

UCSD Researchers Find Gene Mutation Causing Black-And-White Vision

June 8
By David Wagner
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San Diego researchers have helped pinpoint a gene underlying a rare eye disorder that causes patients to see the world in black and white.