The district’s numbers showing which schools enroll the most neighborhood students are stark: Schools in wealthier areas are doing far better at attracting their own neighbors than schools in poorer neighborhoods.
A by-the-numbers breakdown of who’s doling out our water, where it’s being sent from and how it might change in the future.
It’s fairly normal for school districts to have tense relationships between teacher unions and district officials over pay and benefits. But the Poway Unified district, which covers a big chunk of North County (including part of the city of San Diego), has never been fairly normal. It has one of the best reputations in the […]
Vox.com co-founder (and secret San Diegan) Melissa Bell joins us on this week’s special #bosslady edition of the podcast.
Boltman, Qualcomm concessions, Mission Hills undergrounding, swimming pools and more in our weekly roundup of the most popular VOSD stories.
Speaker Toni Atkins boots Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez from the public safety committee, bills addressing police cameras and citizen cameras advance and the DA endorses a school threats measure.
Over the last two decades, the city has fumbled the ball again and again when it comes to negotiating with the Chargers, leading to millions of dollars in losses and debt, a decrepit stadium and the team threatening to walk away before the lease runs out.
The three worst deals the city made with the Chargers and the definitive FAQ for the stadium saga. All right here along with the news you need today.
Uniforms have been part of the private school landscape since forever, but stats show a growing number of traditional public schools are also buying into the idea.
One thing you should know about Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s “One San Diego”: It’s more than a motto.