Chargers Blackouts: the Ultimate Insult to San Diego Taxpayers
Scott Lewis | December 5, 2013 | Comments (25)
San Diego Unified’s Lopsided Suspensions Ratio
In San Diego Unified, more Latino students were suspended for "willful defiance" – a catchall term that can include anything from disrespectful behavior to minor infractions – than every other student subgroup combined.
Mario Koran | December 6, 2013 | Comments (42)
With One Paseo, Suburban Retrofitting Comes to San Diego
Carmel Valley is at a crossroads, some urban planners say: Either it's close to completing the vision laid out for it decades ago, or it's about to take the first steps toward a more urban wave of development.
Andrew Keatts | December 9, 2013 | Comments (13)
‘You’re Asking Students to Hate Who They Are’
Longtime SDSU education professor Alberto Ochoa says California schools often don't place enough value in students' cultural heritage: "When you ask a child to leave his or her background at the door, you humiliate the child."
Mario Koran | December 4, 2013 | Comments (20)
Do the Padres Have Enough Talent to Win?
This should be an exciting time of the year for baseball fans. Unfortunately, nearly a decade's worth of quiet winter meetings for the Padres have left fans of the franchise sleepy, bored and disconnected in December.
John Gennaro | 1 hour ago | Comments (0)
Morning Report: Tracking San Diego’s Inequality
Randy Dotinga | 5 hours ago | Comments (1)
High Tech High Students Want to Fund Meals (and Reels) on Wheels
Students have 45 days to raise $35,000 to fund their Reel Delicious food truck concept. That money will cover the cost of a fully functional used food truck, and the expenses needed to start the business.