Are voters souring on school bonds and taxes?
Californians appear to have rejected a $15 billion school bond measure that was championed by Governor Gavin Newsom, Superintendent of Schools Tony Thurmond, and the state’s teachers unions.
The Chula Vista Elementary School District hopes to become the first school district in San Diego County to offer affordable housing to its staff after voters go to the polls next month.
Plus, is it time to retire the number 13 for ballot measures?
The West Contra Costa Unified School Board will ask voters to approve a $575 million construction bond to upgrade school facilities in March of 2020.
California City High School in Kern County is offering a one-of-a-kind program that helps students learn valuable vocational skills while also earning college credits.
California voters have rejected a statewide ballot measure that would have reinstated affirmative action in college admissions processes in California.
New research shows black students — and particularly black males — continue to receive the bulk of disciplinary measures in San Diego Unified schools and in California public schools more broadly.