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Human Library Event A Reminder Not To Judge Others 'By Their Covers'

Human Library Event A Reminder Not To Judge Others 'By Their Covers'

March 10
By Megan Burks, City News Service

Head down to San Diego's central library Saturday and you can check out … humans. A human library event will let visitors reserve people from all walks of life for a 20-minute conversation.

Parents: It's A Good Thing When Your Child's Math Homework Scares You

Parents: It's A Good Thing When Your Child's Math Homework Scares You

March 10
By Megan Burks

Some San Diego children are coming home with math homework that looks foreign — and maybe a little scary — to parents. That's because several schools in San Diego Unified are piloting a new kind of math instruction that aligns with the Common Core academic standards.

San Diego Students Can Become Digital Pen Pals With Iraqi Youth

San Diego Students Can Become Digital Pen Pals With Iraqi Youth

March 9
By Tarryn Mento

Programs organized in part by the San Diego Diplomacy Council connect American students with youth in the Middle East.

App To Make Your City A Classroom Launches In San Diego

App To Make Your City A Classroom Launches In San Diego

March 9
By Megan Burks

The city as a classroom — that is the vision behind LRNG, a new online platform that connects people to informal learning experiences in their communities.

Lockdown Lifted At Morse High School After Unsubstantiated Threats

Lockdown Lifted At Morse High School After Unsubstantiated Threats

March 8
By Elma Gonzalez

A lockdown at Morse High School near Skyline Hills has been lifted after police find threats unsubstantiated.

San Diego State President Will Step Down

San Diego State President Will Step Down

March 8
By Tom Fudge, Elma Gonzalez

San Diego State University President Elliot Hirshman has announced he will be leaving at the end of June, after six years at the helm.

How Sexting, Texting And Social Media Shape Teen Mental Health

How Sexting, Texting And Social Media Shape Teen Mental Health

March 7
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

"Sexting, texting and social media — the new world of teen communications" — that's the title of one of the talks taking place at the Critical Issues in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference on Saturday in San Diego.

For The First Time In Its History, The University Of California Pro...

For The First Time In Its History, The University Of California Proposes Cap On Nonresident Students

March 6
By Tom Fudge

The University of California’s move comes in response to criticism that California high-school graduates are often locked out of enrollment.

First Person: High-School Robotics Leader

First Person: High-School Robotics Leader

March 6
By Michael Lipkin

Grace Engleman, 16, was the only girl on her high school’s freshman robotics team. So when a group of her classmates wanted to form an all-girls team last summer, she was the natural choice to lead.

On Heels Of Measure K, San Diego Republicans Look To Change School ...

On Heels Of Measure K, San Diego Republicans Look To Change School Board Elections

March 6
By Megan Burks

Republicans on the San Diego City Council are pushing for a 2018 ballot measure that would impose term limits on San Diego Unified School Board trustees and change the way they are elected to office.