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Local Refugee Students Facing Challenges with Common Core

By Kimetha Hill Staff Writer via New America Media SAN DIEGO -- Two months after arriving in the country, Somali refugee Khalid is struggling to adapt...

Young Black & Gifted Women are Empowered, and Equipped at Inaugural African American Young...

Three trailblazing African American women speakers address African American women from around San Diego and southern California at the Young, Black & Gifted African American Young Women’s Conference.

Elementary Institute of Science hosts 50th Anniversary Founder’s Tea

EIS honored the founding board members, alumni, past instructors, parents, board presidents and the Tom Watts family in 50th anniversary afternoon tea celebration

Mesa College Students receive Clinical training at Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility

“It’s definitely different but I love the opportunity,” Herrera said. “I’m learning a lot and I’m able to take the skills I learned in the classroom and put them to use here.”

Steps for Success Youth Summit 4.0

Reach One Teach One's fourth annual "Steps for Success" Youth summit in April