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National City Middle School was among 23 California schools that had academic ratings invalidated by the state.
The state's index of school academic performance was released Thursday. San Diego City schools saw scores jump.
The California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center at Cal State San Marcos unveils its first report on American Indian education.
Proposition 38-backer Molly Munger came to town Thursday to promote the measure.
Veteran and active duty military personnel enrollment at local community colleges is on the rise at a time when campuses are cutting classes and turning away students.
A San Diego assemblyman today announced plans to introduce legislation to place restrictions on the terms of school district construction bonds.
Students in San Diego County continued improving their scores on standardized tests, with higher percentages scoring advanced or proficient in math and English, according to results released today by the state Department of Education.
President Obama has announced a new initiative focused on academic excellence for the country’s African-American student. A similar effort within San Diego city schools just completed its first year.
As state leaders discuss how to cope with the possibility of more state cuts, SDSU and others turn to raising their own revenues.
The denial of regional accreditation for Ashford University, a for-profit school owned by Bridgepoint Education sent the San Diego-based parent company's stock prices tumbling Monday.
Parents don’t have to be able to pay for pricey summer camps to make sure their kids don’t lose academic ground from June to September.
San Diego parents will be first in the country to use a new program that allows them to see the material students' work with in class.
San Diego teachers have ratified an agreement that will save the jobs of more than 1,400 educators.
San Diego schools trustees are expected to approve an agreement Friday that would save the jobs of 1,481 city educators.
San Diego's Monarch School for students who've been homeless congratulates nine high-school graduates.
School districts turn to furlough days to balance budgets, but those days may hurt student learning in the process.