EDIT 12/29: In the original version published December 18th, we said the grade data we received included middle school grades. … More
Call for Public Service not Lip Service
Senate Bill 98 (SB98) transitioned students to “distance learning” as a way to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. SB98 was introduced … More
Phase 2 – SDUSD Shame on you! It’s Time to be Honest with Parents.
Remember on December 1st when Parents received an email from Superintendent Marten stating that Phase 2 would be postponed “due … More
Public Comment Agenda Item H.4 Early Retirement Incentive- SDUSD Concealed from Public for 2 Months
The early retirement incentive is on the agenda for Tuesday’s Board Meeting. When you look at the MOU’s that are … More
Where Students are Leaving SDUSD
District enrollment is down by 4000 students. Using the ADA funding formula that translates to to more than $60 Million … More
A Map of Equity?
If you watched San Diego Unified’s State of the District address you heard the edu-speak buzzword of the day: EQUITY. … More
Phase 1 – So Few Students It Doesn’t Meet the County’s Litmus Test for “Open”
The chart above shows schools participating in Phase 1. There are more schools, but the graph is based on those … More
SDUSD saved $50 MILLION in the Spring Shutdown
See the details in the Audited Financials here.
CARESAct – A Look at the $45 Million SDUSD Says Was Spent to Prepare Schools.
CARESAct spending through Sept 30th released. Once again the bulk of spending – $16 Million – is on Staff versus … More
San Diego Unified FAILS Transparency 101 – Turns Out They’ve Reported CARESAct Spending Twice Without Sharing With the Public
For months and months, parents, the public and the media have asked you, San Diego Unified (SDUSD), how you are … More
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