M.G. PerezEducation Reporter
M.G. Perez covers stories on education in the San Diego region, from Pre-K to college and beyond. In addition to a background in journalism, M.G. spent seven years as a teacher with San Diego Unified School District, in classrooms supporting students with mild to severe special needs. Prior to becoming a teacher, M.G.’s extensive career in broadcast journalism included general assignment reporting at KFMB-TV in San Diego, KPRC-TV in Houston, KGO-TV in San Francisco, and WNBC-TV in New York.
M.G. is also an advocate for and an active member of the local theatre community. In January 2017, he founded the San Diego Theatre Connection, a grassroots organization with a mission to promote quality entertainment and raise awareness, donations, and volunteerism for charities. He also served on the organizational committee of the San Diego International Fringe Festival.
M.G. is a native Texan, with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts with emphasis in theatre from the University of Houston Downtown. He holds a master’s degree in special education from Point Loma Nazarene University. He currently serves on the Board of Governors for the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS), Pacific Southwest.
Bancroft Elementary prepares to welcome students back to their campus on Monday after a month of extensive flood damage repairs.
More than 150 high school students are teamed up to design solutions for critical problems in their community.
A fourth-grade student in the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District has raised hundreds of dollars for flood victims by selling hand-made bracelets.
The National Conference on Education hosted 3,600 superintendents and other school administrators, this week, at the San Diego Convention Center.
Technical glitches and delayed data have left students in limbo.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a new program to provide eligible parents with more EBT benefits during their children's summer vacation.
The health and environmental impacts of continuing sewage spill from the Tijuana River into the ocean extend far beyond the waves.
They demanded higher wages, more manageable workloads and increased parental leave.
The California State University announced Tuesday that it will give all instructional faculty, librarians, counselors and coaches a salary increase of 5%.
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