Back Together Again: Crawford Students Adjust to Consolidated Campus

SAN DIEGO — Ideas about improving public education come and go. Few people know that better than students and staff at Crawford High School in City Heights, which has been reorganized twice in the last eight years.

In 2003 San Diego Unified got an $11 million grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to break up Crawford, San Diego and Kearny High Schools into small schools. At Crawford, which was scarred by graffiti and racial tension, now-Vice Principal Debra Brown remembers community meetings about the new schools overflowed.

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