San Diego Unified trustee Scott Barnett at times sees himself as the only one on the board in touch with reality, especially when it comes to finances.
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’s got you talking this week.
We waded through bold statements about everything from sailboat races to school bonds.
Supporters of the alternative schools in San Diego are ecstatic about the possibilities.
You don’t have to be a parent to know how much we need schools — including safe physical structures, modern technology and great teachers.
The DA weighs in Comic-Con to stick around another year, and security training event to remember with your braiiins.
The true cost of school iPads, experts say Duffy’s support of DeMaio’s OK, poll results questioned, ‘vital’ storage service for homeless in trouble.
The truth behind gas taxes, Frye fries DeMaio, UCSD exhibit is sickening (but that’s OK), profiling a new VOSD hire.
School officials say Prop. Z won’t just fund new projects — it will save the district from being forced into using controversial high-interest loans.