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Megan Wood

Photographer and Reporter, inewsource

Megan Wood is a photographer and reporter at inewsource.

Wood is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in journalism at San Diego State University with plans to graduate in May 2016. In addition to her work at inewsource, she is the photo editor of SDSU’s student-run newspaper, The Daily Aztec, and president of the SDSU Society of Professional Journalists.

Recent Stories by Megan Wood

Still No Word From San Diego Christian College; <em>inewsource</em>...

Still No Word From San Diego Christian College; inewsource Responds To Allegations Anyway

Nov. 15
By Megan Wood / inewsource

San Diego Christian College still has not provided inewsource with documents accounting for $20 million in expenses, which were brought to light in our investigation published Oct. 30. We have asked repeatedly for this information.

Christian College Claims Inaccuracies In Story But Is Mum On Details

Christian College Claims Inaccuracies In Story But Is Mum On Details

Nov. 2
By Megan Wood / inewsource

At close-of-business Tuesday, an official at San Diego Christian College emailed parents and students alleging our investigation about questionable expenses “presents information regarding SDC that is inaccurate.”

Christian College Can’t Explain $20 Million In Expenses; Agency Cit...

Christian College Can’t Explain $20 Million In Expenses; Agency Cites ‘Very Sketchy’ Budget

Oct. 31
By Megan Wood / inewsource

San Diego Christian College, a nearly 50-year-old nonprofit school in Santee, can’t account for more than $20 million in expenses that are supposed to be detailed on its public tax returns.

More San Diego High School Students Taking ACT Test, Here’s How The...

More San Diego High School Students Taking ACT Test, Here’s How They Did

Aug. 5
By Megan Wood / inewsource

The number of high school seniors taking the ACT exam in San Diego County has increased more than 25 percent over the past five years.

Search How Your High School Ranks On California AP Tests

Search How Your High School Ranks On California AP Tests

July 21
By Megan Wood / inewsource

The state Department of Education updated Advanced Placement test data for schools across the state last month — five weeks after acknowledging it had posted incorrect scores for the 2015-16 school year.

State Launches New System To Alert The Public To Test Score Updates

State Launches New System To Alert The Public To Test Score Updates

June 21
By Megan Wood / inewsource

The state’s education department has announced a new system to notify the public about data releases and updates to existing test score data on its website.

State Admits Posting Faulty School Test Data, Promises Revisions

State Admits Posting Faulty School Test Data, Promises Revisions

June 13
By Megan Wood / inewsource

The agency responsible for overseeing and analyzing public education data in California removed “bad” Advanced Placement test results from its website last month, acknowledging it had published the wrong scores from 2016.

Despite A’s At Gompers, Former Student Talks About Feeling Unprepared

Despite A’s At Gompers, Former Student Talks About Feeling Unprepared

May 22
By Megan Wood / inewsource

inewsource published an investigation last week into the quality of education at Gompers Preparatory Academy, and after the story ran, a former student, Felipe Morfin Martinez, came forward to share his experience.

Trump’s Proposed Budget Cuts Worry Advocates For Homeless Students

Trump’s Proposed Budget Cuts Worry Advocates For Homeless Students

March 31
By Megan Wood / inewsource

With limited details available in the Trump administration’s “skinny budget,” education officials are worried that an already small source of federal funding to help homeless students succeed could be at risk.

News In Numbers: Homeless Student Numbers Rise In San Diego County

News In Numbers: Homeless Student Numbers Rise In San Diego County

Feb. 27
By Megan Wood / inewsource

There are 21,466 homeless students in San Diego County K-12 public schools, and the number has been growing over the past seven years.

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