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San Diego Students Head To Washington For Presidential Inauguration

San Diego Students Head To Washington For Presidential Inauguration

Jan. 17
By Elma Gonzalez, Ebone Monet

A group of students at La Jolla Country Day School are counting down to Inauguration Day.

Janet Napolitano In Hospital With Side Effect Of Cancer Care

Janet Napolitano In Hospital With Side Effect Of Cancer Care

Jan. 17
By Associated Press

University of California President Janet Napolitano, a former U.S. Homeland Security secretary and governor of Arizona, has been undergoing cancer treatment for five months and was hospitalized after suffering complications, the school system said.

San Diego Charter Schools Lead The Pack In Special Ed Program Integ...

San Diego Charter Schools Lead The Pack In Special Ed Program Integration

Jan. 16
By Megan Burks

One longstanding fear about charter schools is that they might find ways to exclude kids with special needs to keep their scores competitive. But special education in California charters is actually growing, and a San Diego program hints at one reason why.

Two Honored At San Diego MLK Breakfast

Two Honored At San Diego MLK Breakfast

Jan. 13
By City News Service

Jeffrey Harper-Harris and the late Dr. Richard Butcher will be honored Friday at the 32nd annual YMCA of San Diego County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Human Dignity Award Breakfast in Mission Valley.

12,000 UC Staffers Stage 1-Day Walk-Out

12,000 UC Staffers Stage 1-Day Walk-Out

Jan. 10
By City News Service

Around 12,000 University of California administrative, clerical and support staff in San Diego and throughout the state are scheduled to stage a one-day walkout on Tuesday.

San Diego State To Get Future Teachers From College To Classroom In...

San Diego State To Get Future Teachers From College To Classroom In 4 Years

Jan. 4
By Megan Burks, City News Service

San Diego State University announced Wednesday that it was awarded nearly $750,000 in state grants to fast-track the education of prospective teachers in order to reduce a shortage of educators in California.

Activists Help Young Immigrants Plan For Trump's Administration

Activists Help Young Immigrants Plan For Trump's Administration

Jan. 6
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego activists launched a campaign to prepare young immigrants for Trump's possible revocation of DACA, an immigration program benefiting thousands of them.

Hundreds Of Workers To Strike UCLA Over Labor Dispute

Hundreds Of Workers To Strike UCLA Over Labor Dispute

Jan. 5
By Associated Press

More than 600 plumbers, electricians and other workers will strike the University of California, Los Angeles for five days over what the Teamsters union calls unfair and illegal labor practices, it was announced Thursday.

 University Of California System Proposes First Tuition Hike In Six...

University Of California System Proposes First Tuition Hike In Six Years

Jan. 4
By Associated Press

The University of California Board of Regents is expected to consider a plan to increase tuition for the first time in six years.

Cal State San Marcos Sees 20 Percent Jump In Applicants

Cal State San Marcos Sees 20 Percent Jump In Applicants

Jan. 4
By Megan Burks

Cal State San Marcos saw the highest jump in applications among the C-S-U campuses this year. Since 2015, the campus has seen a 20 percent increase in prospective students.

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