A planned “Living Lab” funded with Prop. Z money sounds like a science teacher’s dream. But it will be located at a nonprofit institute where other members of the public can attend, and San Diego Unified will never own the land. Still, district and nonprofit officials believe it counts as a classroom for funding purposes.

Tiny Alpine has begged for its own high school since the late 1990s. It thought it would finally get one when a campus was mentioned in two winning school bond measures. It still hasn’t, and the culprits blocking the school range from various district officials to President Ronald Reagan.


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