Contributor through April 2011
Ana Tintocalis was a member of the KPBS radio news team from 2001 to 2011. She first served as a as a producer for "These Days" (now "Midday Edition") and then later as the station's education reporter.
After graduating from California State University, Long Beach with a journalism degree, Ana began working as a field reporter and anchor at KLON Radio 88.1 FM in Long Beach, covering breaking news in Orange and Los Angeles counties. During that time she also freelanced for other print and broadcast news organizations, such as Metro Networks, the Associated Press, and Santa Clarita Our Times. In 2001, Ana traveled for more than three months in Cuba where she produced a radio series focusing on the street music in Havana. Upon returning from her journey, Ana freelanced as a reporter covering court cases for the Antelope Valley Press, a newspaper based in Palmdale, California.
An effort to get more Latino and black students to do their homework is under way in San Diego.
A former La Jolla Country Day School student’s court appearance in a lawsuit on Monday highlights a renewed national focus on bullying in schools.
San Diego school teachers are doing their part to keep Cesar Chavez's memory alive nearly two decades after his death.
San Diego City Schools will not use money earmarked for the city's downtown library to save teaching jobs. The trustees, however, did agree to spare some positions.
San Diego Unified School District will boost its graduation requirements so more students can apply to a public university in California.
San Diego college students are taking a break from their studies to raise money for the people of Japan. They’re using creative methods to get donations.
The nation’s education secretary Arne Duncan said too many teenagers can’t get into the military because they are not academically prepared. He joined military officials on Wednesday in San Diego to focus on the problem.
There is a new spelling bee champ in San Diego County. The 7th grader hails from Francis Parker School in San Diego. She studied more than 20,000 words for the big match.
San Diego school lunchrooms are increasingly going green. In fact, the San Diego Unified School District is tapping into the ‘farm-to-table movement’ found in many restaurants today.
Watching images of Japan’s devastation has been especially difficult for those with friends and family in the country.