Student enrollment is on the decline in San Diego and could end up costing the region’s largest school district tens of millions of dollars, Voice of San Diego reports.
The Local Control Funding Formula that took place in 2013 is seeing positive effects for schools in Marin County.
Advocates say that as the dust cloud caused by the first year of the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) settles, foster youth are one group that could benefit from specific attention in futur
A draft version of California’s new ethnic studies curriculum has been scrapped by the Board of Education after critics called it far-left and anti-Semitic.
The Sweetwater Union High School District has rejected a $12 million loan from the San Diego County Office of Education.