Voters Favor Limited City Role in Schools
U-T San Diego -- Nearly three-quarters of San Diego voters believe it's appropriate to use city resources to improve public education, but about two-thirds oppose the next mayor taking control of the San Diego Unified School District, according to the Center for Education Policy and Law/U-T San Diego Poll.
The survey is being released in advance of a Center for Education Policy and Law/U-T San Diego mayoral debate 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the University of San Diego. (Full Story)
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