The contract between San Diego Unified and the teachers union expires at the end of June. That means San Diego Unified will currently have a little more than a month to make some big choices – with less money than it hoped to have. In other words, it’s about to get real.
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The state is rolling out its new plan for divvying up education funds. The gist: The state will give districts more money to pay for needier students who cost more to educate.
Outgoing San Diego Unified Chief of Staff Bernie Rhinerson sat down for happy hour drinks to discuss his tenure at the district.
San Diego Unified leaders say the school district has been cut to the bone, but they are actually employing a higher ratio of teachers than most years in the past decade.
The bill would ease penalties for school districts that make classes larger.