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Nonprofit Teaches ‘Knife Skills And Life Skills’ To San Diegans In ...

Nonprofit Teaches ‘Knife Skills And Life Skills’ To San Diegans In Need Of Jobs

Oct. 11
By Megan Burks

There’s a chance the cook at your favorite San Diego restaurant used to be in prison or homeless. Southeastern San Diego nonprofit Kitchens for Good has helped place more than 100 people in San Diego’s culinary industry since its founding two years ago.

Navigating San Diego School Choice? There's A Map For That

Navigating San Diego School Choice? There's A Map For That

Oct. 11
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

San Diego parents now through Nov. 13 have the chance to apply to public schools outside their neighborhood that might be a better fit for their kids. It's called the "school choice window." Families can apply to schools with a dual-language emphasis, an advanced placement focus or even arts and music. Voice of San Diego developed a map to help parents navigate the process.

San Diego Unified To Help Schools Considering Later Start Times

San Diego Unified To Help Schools Considering Later Start Times

Oct. 11
By City News Service

San Diego Unified School District Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to assist middle schools and high schools that want to start classes later.

SDSU Alumni Launch Effort To Create West Campus On Stadium Site

SDSU Alumni Launch Effort To Create West Campus On Stadium Site

Sept. 29
By Erik Anderson

San Diego State University backers have unveiled a plan to redevelop Mission Valley.

Malware Attacks San Ysidro School District, Demands $19K Ransom

Malware Attacks San Ysidro School District, Demands $19K Ransom

Sept. 29
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

Malware-infected computers at a local school district this month, deleting emails and forcing the district to temporarily shut down part of its systems.

SDSU Professor Writes Book On History Of Left-Handedness

SDSU Professor Writes Book On History Of Left-Handedness

Sept. 26
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

Howard Kushner, professor emeritus at San Diego State University, wrote about the history of left-handedness in "On the Other Hand: Left Hand, Right Brain, Mental Disorder, and History."

San Diego State Searches For New President

San Diego State Searches For New President

Sept. 25
By City News Service, Jake Henry

The university held its first public forum Monday in its effort to find a new leader.

Search For Next San Diego State President Kicks Off Monday

Search For Next San Diego State President Kicks Off Monday

Sept. 25
By Megan Burks

Want to weigh in on the search for SDSU’s next president? The hiring committee is hosting a public forum from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Monday in the school’s alumni center.

Cajon Valley Union One Of Several Districts Taking On Social Emotio...

Cajon Valley Union One Of Several Districts Taking On Social Emotional Learning This Year

Sept. 21
By Megan Burks

More than 160 schools in San Diego County are rolling out new curriculum designed to help students understand their emotions and resolve conflicts.

Bill Would Force Community Colleges' Hands On Remediation Reforms

Bill Would Force Community Colleges' Hands On Remediation Reforms

Sept. 18
By Megan Burks

Assembly Bill 705 would do away with the placement tests California community colleges give to incoming students. It would also prohibit remedial courses for all but the most underprepared.