Monday, October 28, 2013

Roosevelt Middle School students host unique mayoral debate

In The News IN THE NEWS: Labor and business have weighed in. So have Democrats and Republicans. Now it’s time for the middle-school set to have a say in San Diego’s mayoral race. Three of the four leading candidates vying to become the city’s next leader have committed to attending an unprecedented student-organized debate at Roosevelt Middle School on Wednesday. The “Mayoral Community Forum on Education” is a project of the campus’ Cesar Chavez Service Club and will feature issues raised by the “Chavistas,” as students in the club are called. It is the first student-organized San Diego mayoral debate in recent history. Read more from UT San Diego»