It’s easy to retrospectively point out areas where San Diego’s last four superintendents fell short. It’s much more difficult to take each lesson and apply it to the current state of the district.
Food stamp showdown, great benefits for school board members, Big Stench gets a fizzy treatment and the Great Bad Service Debate.
Outgoing San Diego Unified Chief of Staff Bernie Rhinerson sat down for happy hour drinks to discuss his tenure at the district.
The committee has a list of 72 indicators it uses to weigh success in closing the achievement gap.
What we learned this week.
Twerking might not be your thing, but it’s not harassment.
Escalating problems for SD streets, are special elections worth it?, support for recycled wastewater and more.
Incoming SD Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten talks teacher assessment, her relationship with the teachers union and fixing the district’s budget.
Will Carless and Scott Lewis examine some of the challenges the new schools chief will face and the strategies the district’s using to close next year’s budget gap.
These were the most-read stories for the week of Feb. 25-March 3.