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  1. Proposed Library Budget Shifts $500K Away from Books Fund, to New Tutoring Program | Library Stuff

    […] “San Diego City Council members praised the mayor’s proposed budget for libraries Wednesday, but expressed concerned about a fund for acquisitions being reduced by $500,000. The same amount was redirected to pay for a pilot program offering after- school tutoring  at 18 branches in areas where students scored poorly on standardized tests. (via Times of San Diego) […]

  2. California: Proposed San Diego Public Library Budget Shifts $500K Away from Books Fund, to New Tutoring Program | LJ INFOdocket

    […] From City News Service/Time of San Diego: […]

  3. San Diego Mayor Proposes New Budget and New Afterschool Tutoring Program in Public Libraries | School Library Journal

    […] not all good news, however. The Times of San Diego reports that the $500,000 used to fund the new initiative was shifted away from library acquisitions. […]