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Linda Vista Getting New Skatepark, Skateboards

June 4
By Matthew Bowler
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San Diego’s High Tech High students are inspired by new skateparks to use physics for altruism.

San Diego County School Districts Increase Transparency Of Construction Bonds

June 4
By City News Service
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More school districts around the region are allowing the public easier access to information about their construction bonds, according to a report released Thursday by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association.

San Diego Unified's School Discipline Changes Yield Big Drop In Expulsions

June 2
By Megan Burks
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San Diego school officials took a hard stance last summer on going soft. They cut the number of student offenses resulting in automatic expulsion from 15 to five. The result? Fewer expulsions.

National University Launches Program To Improve Students' Emotional Development

June 2
By Matthew Bowler
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National University and eight other universities are getting together to help preschool to 12th grade students and teachers.

San Diego County Resident Among First Graduating Class Of Yoga Masters Degree Program

June 1
Midday Edition
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From a challenging workout to deep relaxation for sleep, there seems to be a yoga practice for just about everything and everyone. Now there's a yoga degree for students.

San Diego Unified's Financial Outlook To Improve

May 29
Evening Edition
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San Diego Unified's deficit would cut by nearly half under Gov. Jerry Brown's updated budget proposal.

San Diego State Study: Millennials Might Be Least-Religious Generation

May 27
By City News Service
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SDSU psychology professor Jean Twenge and her team found that 75 percent of high school seniors say religion is not important to them.

Solana Beach Student Eliminated From National Spelling Bee

May 27
By City News Service
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Oona Mary Nikko Flood from from Earl Warren Middle School won't advance to the next round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Maryland.

California PTA Calls Climate Change A Children's Issue

May 27
By Erik Anderson
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Climate change is a legacy that California's 9 million children will have to face, according to the state's Parent Teacher Association.

San Diego Education Group Gets $13.1M State Grant

May 27
By City News Service
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The grant from the state Department of Education was awarded to the San Diego County College and Career Readiness Consortium, via the San Diego County Office of Education.