A local attorney joins this week’s podcast to explain why he’s so adamant about the need for strong regulations when it comes to campaign financing.
If you were wondering whether the city’s coalition of conservative business groups was open to supporting the Chargers’ plan for a new convadium in East Village, wonder no longer.
Agencies want drought restrictions eased up – and a change in who enforces them, refugees still need medical translation help, more debate over the density bonus law and more in our weekly roundup of news from the Capitol.
A handful of San Diego high schools use a schedule in which students take fewer classes but spend more time in each of them. Teachers and principals say it can be especially beneficial for English-learners.
This week, hosts Scott Lewis and Laura Kohn weave one family’s story into the larger question of how our city, state and country is educating English-learners.
Under the Chargers’ stadium plan, San Diego taxpayers would be forced to backfill shortfalls, and the Chargers’ decision to tie its tax plan to our tourism economy makes us vulnerable.
The Santee School District offered to pay a woman to drive her children to another school district after she complained about racial harassment at Cajon Park Elementary School.
The race for County Board of Education is usually a low-profile, low-information sort of contest. But this year, four of the five spots on the county’s board are up for grabs. The board will soon select a new superintendent. And charter school advocates have gotten involved this year, backing four challengers.
A homeless person who wants to get off the street and into a shelter might face a weeks-long wait for a bed. The mismatch between need and San Diego’s relative lack of emergency resources aren’t new. One nonprofit is pushing a familiar idea to address the problem.
It’s no secret we have a long way to go to address our housing crisis. But what we cannot do is halt innovation under the false pretense it will solve this problem.