Explaining the District 1 Race, SD’s approach to homelessness, Zucchet quits urban renewal board and the mayor’s dashed stadium dreams.
A top San Diego Unified official says he’s spending hours on the phone trying to convince analysts that the school district is not actually insolvent.
If both the district and its teachers in San Diego are serious about repairing the relationship, then Poway is as good a place as any for them to study.
Mayor hopefuls do the tax tango, calling for unity in schools,
Inzunza wants out of the hoosegow and a doggone crazy cable
I would like to believe that as a collective, united with a
passion for our students, we can all come together and avoid
The teachers union wants San Diego Unified School District to
stand up to and reform a chaotic state budget process that upsets
teachers. Here are the hurdles its civil disobedience would
San Diego Unified is trying to figure out what it can trim from
its budget and is running into a thicket of rules and regulations,
complicating an already complicated process.
San Diego Unified finds that nearly half of its employees aren’t
being regularly assessed.
The San Diego Unified School District has been talking about
closing schools to save money for at least seven years, but despite
ever-dropping enrollment, the district has only shuttered one tiny
elementary school in the last decade.
Taking a close look at the district’s process for deciding which
schools should be on the chopping block.