Jaime Brown, an alumni of San Diego High School class of 1996 began her first teaching job at the same high school she graduated from. 15-years ... Reflecting on the honor, Brown was quick to credit others in supporting her at work and in life.
We know school reform is working in San Diego , but we do not have the loudest voice. We hear voices on the right saying public education cannot work , and privatization is the answer. We hear voices on the left saying we should go back to the way things .
Four Chenango Valley graduates — and one notable community member — will be recognized at the 12th Annual Chenango Valley Central School District Alumni Recognition Reception and Auction on Oct. 27. This year, three alumni will be recognized as .
Graduating with a bachelor's degree in Fish and Wildlife Management from Montana State University and later a master's degree from San Diego State University, Powell spent the early years of his career working at state-run fish hatcheries in Montana.
She graduated from University of San Diego and California Western School of Law. ... Casey had taught there for the past nine years and will be remembered for her sense of humor, passion for her work , devotion to her students, and her commitment to.
When cronyism, politics, and inexperience become the norm in hiring public school administrators, and the practice of hiring people with actual knowledge and “know how” is set aside, teachers suffer the consequences. Some get stressed, are worn thin.
San Ysidro School District is still trying to recover more ... retirement agreement terminating his employment. Paul’s exit deal was negotiated by San Diego attorney Dan Shinoff, who settled a malpractice lawsuit filed by the San Ysidro district for.
An economic report produced by San Marcos shows city residents' median income is slightly lower than the median income of San Diego county residents as a whole, but median income in San Marcos has grown since 2011 by nearly nine percent a year, much.
Taxpayers in the San Ysidro School District paid Superintendent Julio Fonseca ... The agenda did not say the meeting was about the superintendent’s employment, and it should have, Linares said. He said that means the board could re-vote on the settlement.
This episode of the podcast is about best intentions and shortcuts, struggles and triumphs, journalism and empathy. It's about Gompers Preparatory Academy.
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The San Diego Unified School District is scheduled to announce Thursday a three-year program to continue testing for lead in campus water systems. The announcement comes after the district and city of San Diego water officials spent.