Some of the most important institutions and dynamics that drive the San Diego region are still mysterious or confusing to many residents. That’s where we come in.
San Diego County doesn’t get enough rain to support the millions people who live here. And as the climate changes, the region is working to keep up with the demand and buy its way out of potential water shortages.
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Choosing the right school for your child can be daunting. Where do you start? What’s the difference between a charter school and a magnet school? What data should you consider? We walk you through the basics of school choice and explain what information is available for you to consider.
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If you want to know how the San Diego region works, you should first understand the difference between the county and the cities within it. What government handles what? They play different but complementary roles to make the region run.
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The border is more than a line separating two countries. It’s a web of entities, intersecting and overlapping. Before you start to sift through all the policies and politics involved, you should get to know each border agency’s role.
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Improving how people get around San Diego County remains a central issue in the region. But not much is known about the agency tasked with doing it: the San Diego Association of Governments.
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