The San Diego Union-Tribune (10/21, Magee) reports San Diego Unified School District released a proposal to increase the state’s education funding by $350 million per year, or $3,250 per student. The district calculated how much it would take to scale up proven education initiatives such as lowering class sizes, extending the school year, and hiring additional counselors, nurses, and other specialists. Superintendent Cindy Marten said the proposal is a call to action for state education leaders and she plans to discuss the proposal with her peers and other education officials.
Monday, October 26, 2015
San Diego School District Proposes Change To State Education Funding.
Posted by Room #18 at 7:38 AM