The latitude given to district managers to spend public money on companies they go on to work for has sparked new questions at San Diego Unified about how it awards its contracts.
A quick look at the top officials who have left city schools since Cindy Marten took office, and who has replaced them.
Our live conversation Wednesday about innovation in San Diego centered on themes from our quest series, including the history of land grants for R&D in San Diego.
Outgoing San Diego Unified Chief of Staff Bernie Rhinerson sat down for happy hour drinks to discuss his tenure at the district.
Escalating problems for SD streets, are special elections worth it?, support for recycled wastewater and more.
As it gears up to borrow and spend $2.8 billion in bond money, is San Diego Unified opening itself up to more lawsuits like one it recently lost?
What we learned this week.
The county’s largest school district has a bold new plan for assessing schools, but actually implementing that plan is unlikely to happen any time soon.
As it scrambles to sell off assets to close its budget deficit, the county’s largest school district is crafting poor deals and botching great ones, local real estate experts say.
The district says it won’t replace teachers who quit or retire. How can it do that?