Nick Stone, partner with FS Investors, joined the podcast this week to dig into the group’s proposal for the Qualcomm Stadium site.
In this week’s podcast, co-hosts Scott Lewis and Laura Kohn talk more about Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and concerns about funneling education funds from traditional public schools into private schools and charter schools. Plus, reporter Mario Koran discusses how online charter schools helped boost San Diego Unified’s graduation rate.
Living in a city that’s named itself a sanctuary city does not, in fact, mean undocumented people are safe from deportation.
Andrew Keatts gets super fired up in this week’s podcast as he and cohost Scott Lewis distill the big SANDAG news. Plus: A nonprofit exec says San Diego leaders aren’t doing enough for refugees, and Lewis is in awe of the budding pot industry.
On this week’s podcast, hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts come up with a few things folks should consider before the city OKs selling a giant swath of city land to a group of private investors for an MLS stadium.
In this week’s podcast, hosts Scott Lewis and Laura Kohn talk to Miles Durfee of the California Charter School Association about some of the hottest topics of the charter school debate, and they dissect President Trump’s controversial pick for education secretary.
San Diego doesn’t make it easy for people who want to perform in public for tips. In this episode of Culturecast, street performers and a civil rights lawyer sympathetic to their cause explain why they think San Diego’s permitting system violates their First Amendment rights.
Warning: Listeners must be wearing a bedazzled pink jersey to access this podcast.
Hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts sat down with Councilmen David Alvarez and Scott Sherman to talk about the odd couple’s new housing plan.
Getting kids to graduate high school is one challenge, but setting up students to succeed beyond graduation is a whole different animal.