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What's Next After Administrative Shake-Up At Lincoln High School?

June 17
By Jade Hindmon

The day after graduation, last week, the school’s principal and three vice principals were removed from their positions.

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Roundtable: Plea Change In Hunter Corruption Case

June 14
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

The wife of Congressman Duncan Hunter pleads guilty in the couple’s corruption case, the military grants media access to its border mission in Texas, and San Diego State University plans to reform its scholarship system after millions of dollars were unawarded.

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Hip-Hop Summit Connects San Diego Teens To College, Careers

June 14
Max Rivlin-Nadler

Armand King didn’t think that college was an option for him as he dealt with poverty and violence in his neighborhood. The San Diego Youth Hip Hop & Leadership Summit aims to help kids today who are like that too.

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Thomas Jefferson School Of Law Fighting To Keep Its National Accreditation

June 12
By Matt Hoffman

The American Bar Association put the law school on probation in November 2017 and recently announced it had voted revoked it's accreditation — a move the school plans to appeal.

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SDSU And USS Midway Foundation Partner, Creating Modern US Military History Program

June 11
By Alexander Nguyen

San Diego State University established the Center for Military History in February and on Tuesday announced a partnership with the USS Midway Museum to create an interdisciplinary program in modern U.S. military history.

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Palomar College Considers Allowing Homeless Students To Sleep Overnight In Campus Parking Lots

June 3
By Alison St John

Palomar Community College in North San Diego County is considering how to help students who can’t afford the region’s expensive housing market, including letting them sleep overnight in their cars on campus parking lots.

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SDSU To Require New Students Receive Full Meningitis B Vaccine

May 31
By City News Service

San Diego State University announced Thursday that it will require all incoming students be fully vaccinated against meningococcal serogroup B beginning with the fall 2019 semester.

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Poway Eighth-Grader Eliminated From National Spelling Bee

May 30
By City News Service

A home-schooled eighth-grader from Poway was eliminated Wednesday from the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

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District Attorney Announces Charges For 11 Defendants In Alleged Charter School 'Scheme'

May 29
By City News Service

Prosecutors allege that as part of a wide-ranging scheme, the defendants sought out small school districts with limited experience with state oversight and proposed that they authorize online charter schools to earn additional public funds in the form of oversight fees.

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Researchers Study Student Success Stories At San Diego Schools

May 29
By Ebone Monet

Learning Policy Institute studied San Diego Unified School District and Chula Vista Elementary to find out how these schools have encouraged high achievement among students, including students of color.

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