In 2014, teachers and parents complained about a charter school principal who micromanaged classrooms, bullied staff and chased away teachers. The district brought in a parent to help quell the chaos. Fast-forward a year, and the same complaints are swirling – only now they’re about the person brought in to fix the problem.

Even though a court already found San Diego Unified improperly spent bond money on stadium lights, a new ruling this week clarifies that the decision only applies to future spending. So the district is off the hook for now when it comes to paying back the $2.6 million it already spent.


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