Monthly Archives: June 2022

Since 1993, Davis Demographics has been partnering with districts to successfully respond to a variety of planning challenges and effectively address ongoing demographic changes. Their demographers and planners are experts in the field and, along with the other experts at EH&A/MGT, they will continue to be committed to serving public education by developing successful planning…

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For the past 13 years, there has only been one union in San Diego County that represents school principals and other school supervisors and administrators, at San Diego Unified School District. That is until last month, when Chula Vista Elementary School District became the second district to have a school administrators union. Both San Diego…

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The new polling showing educators as the most burned-out group among all other industries is the latest in a series of data points that underscores the fragility of the education workforce. A new Gallup poll shows that 44% of K-12 employees say they “always” or “very often” feel burned out at work, including 52% of…

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The long-awaited Del Mar Heights School rebuild hit another roadblock last month after a San Diego County Superior Court judge granted an injunction in an ongoing lawsuit by a local nonprofit claiming the project was not properly vetted for environmental and safety impacts. Judge Katherine Bacal granted the injunction request from nonprofit Save the Field…

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Perspective from the Coalition for Adequate School Housing Last week the Legislature approved the 2022-23 State Budget bill (SB 154). Traditionally, the State Budget bill would be comprised of a negotiated agreement between the Legislature and the Governor. However, this bill is actually a placeholder intended to meet the State Budget deadline while negotiations continue…

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