Stories by Kyla Calvert
California won't be sanctioned for forgoing its old, multiple-choice standardized tests in favor of pilot testing new online exams in the state's public schools this year.
Teachers have already rejected one deal and authorized a strike in Alpine. Negotiations resume Tuesday.
An improving financial picture for California schools will mean more days in class for San Diego students.
Local politicians remind students the window to apply for state and federal financial student aid is open now through March 2.
Governor Jerry Brown's budget proposal for the coming year could mean new programs and services in San Diego city schools.
California school districts now have to draw up first-of-their kind spending plans under new statewide rules.
San Diego State has been singled out for its success in improving graduation rates.
In the second such closure in less than a year, the leaders of one of the San Diego's 49 charter schools has volunteered to close down.
Counting low-income students is a barrier to getting additional funding intended to support those students under California's new funding system.
While only 9 percent of parents reported having heard a lot about California's new funding system, about 75 percent said they would be willing to helping direct spending plans once it was explained to them.
With the purchase of a new apartment building, San Diego State University adds more space to its on-campus housing.
For years, San Diego Unified has been out of compliance with federal requirements for students in special education.
Government shutdown will leave most public schools largely untouched, as long as it doesn't last too long.
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