In San Diego, all roads lead to the Chargers. Therefore, fittingly, a discussion about the housing, homelessness and hepatitis A crisis in San Diego has also ended up as a discussion about the NFL team. After Nathan Fletcher and a coalition of Democrats criticized the county for offering up $150 million for a Chargers stadium […]
Sometimes districts just can’t provide what a student needs. That’s where nonpublic schools come in.
Whether it’s because of eligibility requirements or space, many parents struggle to access before- and after-school programs.
While the San Diego County schools exploring personalized learning all have their own idea of what it means, there are common threads that run through all the models.
Vista wants to shift the balance in classrooms, from one where a teacher decides what happens to one where students have more say. A $10 million award is helping the school put the idea to the test.
It’s not just students who can run into trouble with social media; inappropriate postings can trip up educators, too.
Chula Vista Elementary School District and charter school leaders use words like “partnership” to describe their relationship, and district officials say they don’t view charters as competition.
At one point last school year, homeless students made up a third of the Barrio Logan school’s total enrollment.
Last week, city pension fund trustees made a change that will make pension bills larger for the city and its employees. In 2016, the city of San Diego sent $261 million to the pension system, writes VOSD’s Scott Lewis. That’s nearly all the funds the city collected in sales tax the same year, $275 million. […]
Most school districts in San Diego County – and throughout the state – struggle with declining enrollment. But the city of San Marcos’ population has more than doubled since 1990, and that’s meant lots of new students for San Marcos Unified, which has to constantly find space for its growing student body.