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A few years ago, the San Diego Unified School District adopted a plan to improve academic achievement for black students. But despite years of task force meetings and buy-in from a handful of schools, the plan was never fully rolled out districtwide. Now, the district appears to be either overhauling the blueprint or scrapping it altogether. Meanwhile, it’s moving forward with a new plan to build a coalition focused on equity.

San Diego Unified wants to make the new state-mandated program a half-day affair. That has some parents wondering whether the program would simply swap some educational disparities for new ones.