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First Students To Earn Bachelor’s Degrees At Mesa College Graduate This Weekend

May 18
By Megan Burks

The graduates are some of the first in the state to earn four-year degrees through a community college.

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SDSU Will Keep Aztec Nickname, Modify Mascot

May 17
By City News Service

Outgoing San Diego State University President Sally Roush announced Thursday that the university will retain the Aztec moniker and create a more culturally sensitive version of its Aztec Warrior mascot.

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Committee Recommends Ballot Measure To Lower The Voting Age In San Diego Unified Races

May 17
By Megan Burks

A majority of San Diegans surveyed said they don’t want to let teenagers vote for school board trustees. But a committee is recommending the San Diego Unified School Board propose a ballot measure to lower the voting age anyway.

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Survey: Majority Favors Term Limits, Local-Only Elections For San Diego Unified Trustees

May 15
By Megan Burks

Based on feedback from an online survey and series of town hall meetings, an advisory committee says the San Diego Unified Board should let voters decide on election reforms.

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Six Community College District Seats Are Up For Election — Why It Matters

May 15
By Megan Burks

Six community college trustee seats are up for grabs across San Diego County this election. What do the trustees do and why should you care?

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San Diego Unified Official Takes Blame Over Lost Funding For Homeless Students

May 11
By Megan Wood / inewsource

The official who oversees homeless student programs for the San Diego Unified School District accepted blame Friday for a missing signature on a grant application that cost the district up to $750,000 in federal funding.

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Missing Signature Costs San Diego Unified Funding For Homeless Students

May 11
By Megan Wood / inewsource

The San Diego Unified School District enrolled the third most homeless students in the state last year, yet it will miss out on up to $750,000 in federal funding for these students because of a missing signature from a finance official on its application.

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Charter Or Labor Majority At Stake In San Diego County School Board Races

May 11
By Megan Burks

The last time County Board of Education seats were up for election, charter school advocates narrowly missed gaining a majority. Now they have a second chance.

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Justice Department Settles Discrimination Claim Against UC San Diego

May 10
By City News Service

A settlement agreement announced Thursday resolves the Justice Department's investigation into whether the University of California San Diego discriminated against workers when verifying their continued authorization to work.

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Potential Tuberculosis Reported At Grossmont-Cuyamaca Campuses

May 10
By City News Service

The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency Wednesday reported potential tuberculosis exposure at Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District's El Cajon and Rancho San Diego campuses between Jan. 30 and April 24.

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