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Morning Report: Big Money Flows to Few School Foundations
Scott Lewis | 20 hours ago |
Public Schools Are Getting More Private Money Than Ever
A new study found that the number of parent and community-led private fundraising groups is snowballing. In California, private fundraising has become a way for parents to raise money for their kids' schools and compensate for inadequacies in state funding.
Mario Koran | October 24, 2014 |
Morning Report: City Needs Startups, Startups Need Money
Seth Hall | October 24, 2014 |
Impromptu Opera and More From Our Border-Centric Meeting of the Minds
You can't have a border discussion in Carlsbad. So we held Wednesday night’s installment of Meeting of the Minds, our popular arts and culture event highlighting San Diego’s creative world, as close to the border as we could get.
Bianca Bruno | October 23, 2014 |
San Diego Explained: An Enforceable Climate Action Plan
Matthew Hose | October 23, 2014 |
The Strange Group of Allies and Enemies Born Out of Escondido’s Prop. H
The proposal to build homes on the old Escondido Country Club site has collected an unusual patchwork of supporters. It's also created some bizarre rifts, most notably among a local union and the Democratic candidate for mayor of Escondido.
Lyle Moran | October 23, 2014 |
Morning Report: How Booked Is the Convention Center, Really?
Randy Dotinga | October 23, 2014 |
Breaking Down Beiser’s Absences
Training and conferences only account for a quarter of San Diego Unified school board president Kevin Beiser’s time out of the classroom. The rest are sick and personal days. That likely doesn't violate any rules, but it does highlight a problem with the system itself.
Mario Koran | October 22, 2014 |
After Months of Work, a New Start for Sweetwater Schools
Mar Vista High School teacher Gene Chavira helped lead the charge for a new election process for Sweetwater schools. In a new Q-and-A, he tell us what went into the reform process, and what he expects out of November's election.
Michelle Monroy | October 22, 2014 |
Morning Report: Your Guide to the Bizarro DeMaio Story
Randy Dotinga | October 22, 2014 |
The Definitive Timeline of All the Weird Things Said in the DeMaio Scandal
Scott Lewis | October 21, 2014 |
Culture Report: Mingling Ahead at Meeting of the Minds
The revitalization of Tijuana (not to mention the good grubbin'), a dim outlook for the Che Cafe, San Diego Police Museum seeks a new home, San Diego Opera gets a progress report and more in our weekly culture roundup.
Alex Zaragoza | October 21, 2014 |
Who Does What for San Diego’s Business Community
Not sure how the Chamber of Commerce differs from the EDC? Or whether CONNECT's mission overlaps with CommNexus? This guide can help you differentiate between some of the biggest organizations that help cultivate San Diego's business climate.
Matthew Hose | October 21, 2014 |
Morning Report: With State Money in Doubt, a Deal Is Struck
Randy Dotinga | October 21, 2014 |
The City Puts Its Showdown With the State on Pause
The City Council, city attorney, state representatives and the mayor's office figured out a way to temporarily end a conflict between state and local law that threatened to close the tap to hundreds of millions of dollars in state money for local construction projects.
Andrew Keatts | October 20, 2014 |
Marco Gonzalez Calls ‘Bullshit’ on Dense Development Objectors
Andrew Keatts | October 20, 2014 |
One Year and Multiple Complaints Later, SDPD Will Look Into This Woman’s Case
Kacie Bluhm says an SDPD officer mistreated her outside her home. Witnesses back up key parts of her story. The department has faced criticism in recent years that it doesn't take officers to task for their misdeeds.