Beginning with the Class of 2016, SDUSD changed its graduation policy to provide A-G courses to all students regardless of the school they attended. The change in policy came in response to the advocacy of Alliance San Diego and a coalition of education stakeholders who sought to address concerns about equity and workforce gaps.
As California’s presidential primary draws near, candidates are visiting the state and making the rounds to press the flesh and talk to voters. Former President Bill Clinton...Read More
Alliance San Diego celebrates the Class of 2016 in San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) for being on track to graduate at a record-breaking 92 percent. This class of 2016...Read More
Worn out from the political rabble-rousing and election mailers? Cheer up: The California primary is right around the corner. On June 7, voters in San Diego and the rest of the...Read More
As California’s presidential primary draws near, candidates are visiting the state and making the rounds to press the flesh and talk to voters. Former President Bill Clinton appeared in San Diego on Saturday to stump for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump, the sole remaining Republican candidate, will be in San Diego on May 27.
But Sen. Bernie Sanders, who’s also trying to secure the Democratic nomination, did something rare for a presidential candidate during his visit to San Diego on Saturday: He made a visit to Friendship Park, and spoke to people through the border wall.