Monthly Archives: December 2015

Are Corporations Taking Over Higher Education?

by Rick Mercurio Profits and corporate interests are now becoming more predominant than the longstanding goals of educating well-rounded, free thinking students at our colleges and universities, according to a dedicated group of professors at Palomar College.

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Fight For Five

By Laura Johnston Kohl We have a battle taking place in the Financial Branch of our California State Universities. Faculty positions are being voiced by the California Faculty Association. In California State Universities on 23 campuses, according to the CSU … Continue reading

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Is the EUSD School Board Playing Partisan Politics?

Access to information and change in policy for choosing board’s President warrants closer look.

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A Phony Epiphany

by Margaret Liles EUSD School Board Members Donnellon, Harper, Gardner and Altenberg approve new charter for one of the lowest performing schools in State of CA despite objections of residents. Estimated $18 million will be diverted from higher performing district … Continue reading

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We Pay Taxes So We Can Do Together What We Can’t Do Alone

by Don Greene Former Congressman and Mayor of San Diego Bob Filner said this and then gave a more concise explanation of why paying taxes is so important. He was referring to paying taxes so that a city or other … Continue reading

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