The La Jolla campus will rely heavily on technology and peer pressure as thousands of students populate its dorms.
San Diego Unified School District Area 5 Superintendent Mitzi Merino gave the La Jolla Cluster Association details of plans to eventually reopen classrooms “as soon as it’s safe to do so.”
A vending machine stocked with books? In the lobby of a library?
After a lengthy discussion that began the day before, University of California regents said Sept. 17 that they were delaying a decision on approving the UC San Diego Theatre District Living and Learning Neighborhood until UCSD brings clearer financial projections to a future regents meeting.
The city is concerned the change could be an illegal gift. The university says projects it would allow have strong public benefits.
La Jolla private schools are preparing to welcome students back to in-person learning in light of San Diego County’s expectation that all schools will be allowed to reopen Sept. 1 if the county keeps its coronavirus case rate below 100 per 100,000 people.