Lack of reading proficiency in local students raises concerns
May 20, 2011 (San Diego) – If we improve schools, we improve communities. If we improve communities, we improve schools.
These are key findings in United Way of San Diego County’s education report released May 14. Titled “Voices for the Common Good: San Diego Speaks Out on Education,” the report is a comprehensive compilation of everyday San Diegans’ opinions and aspirations for their communities, for education and the challenges they see in helping our children reach their full potential.