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Proposed Cuts Would Impact San Diego Job Training Programs That Are...

Proposed Cuts Would Impact San Diego Job Training Programs That Are Booming

April 27
By Megan Burks

Three times the number of job seekers expected came out to a job fair in San Ysidro Thursday. Many got their training thanks to grants President Donald Trump wants to cut.

San Diego Unified Agrees To Negotiate With Unions Before Voting On ...

San Diego Unified Agrees To Negotiate With Unions Before Voting On More Layoffs

April 26
By City News Service, Megan Burks

The San Diego Unified School District Board of Education Tuesday postponed adding 190 employees to a list of 1,500 who have received layoff notices.

Audit: University Of California Hid $175M In Secret Fund

Audit: University Of California Hid $175M In Secret Fund

April 25
By Associated Press

University of California administrators hid $175 million from the public, its governing board and lawmakers in a secret reserve fund even as the UC raised tuition and asked the state for more funding, the state auditor said in a scathing report released Tuesday.

New Round Of Layoffs May All But Decimate San Diego School Libraries

New Round Of Layoffs May All But Decimate San Diego School Libraries

April 25
By Megan Burks

The latest proposal as San Diego Unified grapples with a $124 million shortfall would lay off all library technicians at middle and high schools.

Southcrest School Offers No-Cost Blood Tests After Lead Scare

Southcrest School Offers No-Cost Blood Tests After Lead Scare

April 21
By Megan Burks

About a dozen San Diego Cooperative Charter School students have already been to their private doctors for tests and told the school they do not have lead in their blood.

San Diego State's Aztec Mascot Will Stay — For Now

San Diego State's Aztec Mascot Will Stay — For Now

April 20
By Megan Burks

San Diego State's student government has voted down a resolution that would have phased out the Aztec mascot and moniker. But the school's University Senate will take up the matter again in the fall.

What Learning Looks Like: The Art And Science Of Classroom Transitions

What Learning Looks Like: The Art And Science Of Classroom Transitions

April 20
By Megan Burks

When young children do not follow demands, it is not because they are ignoring you or choosing to misbehave. It is because they lack something called "cognitive flexibility."

Is It Time To Retire SDSU’s Aztec Mascot?

Is It Time To Retire SDSU’s Aztec Mascot?

April 19
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The Associated Students University Council at San Diego State University will vote Wednesday on a non-binding resolution to get rid of the Aztec name and image because some believe it perpetuates racism.

A Dose Of Nature Comes To One Of San Diego's Densest Neighborhoods

A Dose Of Nature Comes To One Of San Diego's Densest Neighborhoods

April 14
By Tarryn Mento

San Diego's City Heights neighborhood is now home to a vast network of canyon trails that offer recreational, educational and environmental benefits.

Roundtable On SDUSD: Budget, Layoffs, Graduation Rate, Election Pro...

Roundtable On SDUSD: Budget, Layoffs, Graduation Rate, Election Process, Homeless Students

April 14
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

Roundtable on schools: San Diego Unified's budget, coming layoffs and astounding graduation rate. Also: a proposal to change the election process for SDUSD's Board of Trustees and endangered funding for homeless students.

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