Why Two Convicted Sweetwater Officials Can Run for Re-Election
Is it really that easy for two officials convicted of on-the-job misconduct to try and reclaim their positions? Yes, it turns out. That's because the prospect of running for re-election was built into their sentences.
Bianca Bruno | July 22, 2014 |
The ABCs of English-Learning Students
San Diego Unified's plan to shuffle support teachers into lead teaching roles could impact English learners most. And there's plenty of reason to care about that shift even if your child speaks perfect English.
Mario Koran | July 21, 2014 |
Fact Check: Fighting Drunk Driving in San Diego
Lisa Halverstadt | July 21, 2014 |
English-Learners Could Get Lost in the District’s Teacher Shuffle
Of the 46 teachers changing roles as part of the district's move to shuffle teachers instead of hiring new ones, 33 supported English learners. That’s about 40 to 50 percent of all the English learner support teachers in the district.
Mario Koran | July 17, 2014 |
Conflict Pushes Fulton Out of Bay Park Decision
The city is selecting a consultant to rewrite development restrictions around two new trolley stops. Planning director Bill Fulton removed himself from the decision due to a conflict of interest under the city's ethics ordinance.
Andrew Keatts | July 17, 2014 |
City Heights Residents Are Wary of Albertsons Replacement
Megan Burks | 6 hours ago |
San Diego’s Next Density Fight
City planners are eyeing changes to Grantville: They want to take the industrial area and turn it into one with lots of apartments and retail storefronts, an urban village based around the neighborhood's trolley stop. But if history's any guide, that'll be easier said than done.
Andrew Keatts | 11 hours ago |
Morning Report: Convicted Officials Can Run Again
Randy Dotinga | 13 hours ago |
Culture Report: Thinking Outside the System
Alex Zaragoza | July 22, 2014 |
Marten to President Obama: Let’s Do This
San Diego Unified is joining the president's initiative to boost outcomes for students of color. The pledge is largely symbolic, though: There’s no money being offered, and most of the changes the district is promising were things it was going to do anyway.