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2014/12/17 04:58
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It’s not exactly three strikes and you’re out, but neither is the third time a charm for Gov. Jerry Brown’s landmark overhaul of public school finance and governance. A third major research...
2014/12/17 04:58
2014/12/17 04:58
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2014/12/14 09:02
2014/12/14 09:02
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Napolitano, a former Arizona governor, said that creating an expansive online education system that resembles ASU’s model “doesn’t really comply with the mission purpose and role of the University of...
2014/12/12 14:14
2014/12/12 14:14
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Grade four students react to a camera in their classroom at Monarch School in San Diego, California October 8, 2013. While most of San Diego County is wired for broadband access, the Public Policy...
2014/12/11 18:32
2014/12/11 18:32
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Only two years after they seemed to be facing indefinite minority status, Republicans in the city of San Diego have begun a new era of strength capped by Wednesday’s overthrow of Council President...
2014/12/05 18:32
2014/12/05 18:32
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San Diego Unified wants to move heaven and earth to get its students on track to graduate under strict new course requirements. It’s making some big changes toward that goal, like creating an early...
2014/12/05 07:02
2014/12/05 07:02
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Robert Citron, self-proclaimed “master of the ship at the helm” and former Orange County treasurer, consulted psychics and a $4.50 star chart as he managed the county’s highly leveraged,...
2014/12/03 00:58
2014/12/03 00:58
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Garry South, the Democratic strategist, has not always had the warmest relationship with Gov. Jerry Brown. But in a panel conversation in which South was asked to look ahead Brown’s fourth term, he...
2014/12/02 16:53
2014/12/02 16:53
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Nearly four in 10 Californians say the state's health exchange isn't working well as the second open enrollment gets underway, a new survey shows. The results from the Public Policy Institute of...
2014/12/02 15:25
2014/12/02 15:25
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A new poll finds that a majority of California adults say the state is not providing enough money for its public colleges and universities, but they also are unsure what to do about it. The Public...
2014/12/02 05:58
2014/12/02 05:58
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All the pieces were in place before last month’s general election to set a new low for voter turnout in California, from scant competition in top statewide races to the shortage of titillating ballot...
2014/12/02 05:44
2014/12/02 05:44
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SACRAMENTO — Californians want the state to boost funding for public higher education, but strongly oppose raising taxes or student fees to pay for it, according to a new poll released on Monday. The...
2014/12/02 05:05
2014/12/02 05:05
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By Timm Herdt For the first time in more than a decade, a majority of Californians expect the coming year will bring them good times financially. That economic optimism, 52 percent overall, was...
2014/11/26 21:27
2014/11/26 21:27
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University of California President Janet Napolitano announced that UC will expand legal services to undocumented students at six campuses. The UC Davis School of Law will host a pilot legal services...
2014/11/26 01:25
2014/11/26 01:25
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Immigrant advocates say more immigrants who are in California illegally will be eligible for Medi-Cal under President Barack Obama’s recent executive action granting them deportation relief and work...
2014/11/25 02:25
2014/11/25 02:25
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At an event Monday, the Mexican Consulate in San Diego committed to reach out to those who may be eligible for relief under President Barack Obama’s immigration reforms. The President issued...
2014/11/25 00:21
2014/11/25 00:21
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OAKLAND -- Mayor Jean Quan said Monday she expects tens of thousands of local immigrants will be eligible for work permits and protection from deportation through President Barack Obama's sweeping new...
2014/11/23 15:29
2014/11/23 15:29
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Twenty years ago this month, 59 percent of California voters passed a ballot measure designed to set up a state-run immigration system and deny most public benefits -- including K-12 education -- to...
2014/11/23 02:44
2014/11/23 02:44
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UC tuition, costs and spending Wednesday, University of California Regents approved increasing tuition in each of the next five years as part of a plan to stabilize future funding, despite protests...
2014/11/21 07:25
2014/11/21 07:25
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Patricia Serrano said many of her friends won't quality, as she watched President Obama's announcement of executive action shielding some immigrants from deportation, Nov. 20, 2014. President Barack...
2014/11/21 05:44
2014/11/21 05:44
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The president’s plan announced Thursday stands to directly affect many San Diegans, who could now be protected from deportation under the new guidelines. The county is home to approximately 180,000...
2014/12/17 04:58
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