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Why a more trustworthy government is part of the answer to California’s upward mobility problem

Anger and polarization in our country has also seriously impacted our lives and our sense of community.


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How the FEC Turned a Blind Eye to Foreign Meddling

For years, my fellow FEC commissioners refused to apply campaign finance rules to the internet. Now Russia is running amok on Facebook.


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Struggling Students Moved to Online Charters, Boosting District's Record Grad Rate

Charter schools that allow students to recover credits are serving as an escape hatch.


Finding Academic Success Meant Leaving My Language and Culture Behind

Storyboard, a collaboration between New America CA and Voice of San Diego, published its first piece.


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The single most important thing you can do this year to hold Washington accountable


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The Learning Curve: Race and Class Often Color the Debate Over Charter Schools

Are charter schools adequately educating black and Latino students?


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The Learning Curve: We Called in Backup to Cover Bilingual Ed


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These people have been barred from voting today because they’re in debt

In 30 states, ex-offenders who still owe fines or fees have their voting rights restricted.


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The Learning Curve: A Group Effort on Bilingual Ed

Bilingual students may be San Diego’s greatest natural resource.


What Common Core Means for English-Learners

Mario Koran wrote for Voice of San Diego about Common Core and DLL.


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Congress is Working. You Just Haven't Heard About it.

Marci Harris tells us Congress is actually working. We just need to pay better attention and speak up.


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Meet the New, Improved Learning Curve

Mario Koran writes for Voice of San Diego about the necessaries of parental involvement in children's success.