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University Of California To Raise Tuition For Non-Residents

March 15
By Associated Press

The University of California's governing board approved a tuition increase Thursday for out-of-state undergraduate students of 3.5 percent, or $978 a year, starting in the 2018-19 school year.

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Rincon Middle School Cancels Classes Over Vague Shooting Threat

March 15
By City News Service

Classes were canceled Thursday at Rincon Middle School in Escondido out of "an abundance of caution" after an online shooting threat was reported against the school, district officials said.

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For San Diego Students, School Walkout Is A Warm-Up For The Ballot Box

March 14
By Megan Burks

More than 30 San Diego-area schools have signed up to host walkouts against school gun violence Wednesday.

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San Diego Unified Teachers Use 'Work To Rule' In Push For Higher Wages, Lower Class Sizes

March 13
By Megan Burks

They’re still a ways off from striking like their colleagues in West Virginia, but San Diego Unified teachers are taking a step back from work to pressure the district in contract negotiations.

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Council OK's SDSU West Ballot Measure To Redevelop Mission Valley Stadium Site

March 12
By Erik Anderson

The San Diego City Council voted unanimously to put the SDSU West initiative on the November ballot.

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Picking San Ysidro’s Ninth Superintendent Since 2013

March 12
By Leo Castañeda / inewsource

The San Ysidro School District hopes to sign on two new superintendents at its April 12 board meeting — one permanent, one interim.

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Roundtable: Sanctuary State Fight, School Sex Assault Investigation, Sewage Spill Lawsuit

March 9
By Bennett Lacy, Kris Vera-Phillips

The Trump Administration battles California over sanctuary state policies, the investigation into the handling of a sexual assault case at Lincoln High School and frustration over cross-border sewage spills leads to a multi-city lawsuit.

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From Cookies To The Classroom, More San Diego Kids Are Learning About Entrepreneurship

March 9
By Megan Burks

Are you guilty of avoiding Girl Scouts at the grocery store? Your avoidance is teaching them a lesson more and more educators say is important — how to innovate.

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Report: Hispanic Education Disparities Threaten San Diego Economy

March 7
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

“The fastest growing population is statistically the least prepared for high-skilled, high-wage jobs,” the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation wrote.

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USD Debates Free Speech On College Campuses

March 7
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

A debate at the University of San Diego this week asks the question: Is free speech under threat on America's college campuses?