Author Archives: Megan Wood

Megan Wood
Megan Wood is a multimedia journalist for inewsource. To contact her with tips, suggestions or corrections, please email meganwood@inewsource.org.
Still no word from San Diego Christian College; inewsource responds to allegations anyway

Still no word from San Diego Christian College; inewsource responds to allegations anyway

San Diego Christian College still has not provided inewsource with documents accounting for $20 million in expenses, which were brought to light in our investigation published Oct. 30. We have asked repeatedly for this information. Rather than sharing documentation of the expenses, however, Robert Jensen, the vice president for advancement and administration for the college, circulated to parents, students and ... Read More »

San Diego Christian College retraction demand and our response

San Diego Christian College retraction demand and our response

After close-of-business Thursday, San Diego Christian College’s outside counsel sent inewsource a letter demanding an immediate retraction of our two stories about the college. Below is the demand letter sent by Tracy Warren and inewsource’s response. RE: Journalist Megan Wood inewsource Article on San Diego Christian College Dear Ms. Hearn: My name is Tracy Warren and I am outside counsel ... Read More »

Christian college claims inaccuracies in story but is mum on details

Christian college claims inaccuracies in story but is mum on details

At close-of-business Tuesday, an official at San Diego Christian College emailed parents and students alleging our investigation about questionable expenses “presents information regarding SDC that is inaccurate.” It is the policy of inewsource to correct all mistakes in reporting immediately. However, in this case, despite our requests, the college would not say what was wrong with the story. Robert Jensen, ... Read More »

Search how your high school ranks on California AP tests

Search how your high school ranks on California AP tests

The state Department of Education updated Advanced Placement test data for schools across the state last month — five weeks after acknowledging it had posted incorrect scores for the 2015-16 school year. inewsource brought the faulty data to the attention of the California Department of Education after comparing results with data provided by the College Board, the national organization that ... Read More »

State admits posting faulty schools data, promises revisions

State admits posting faulty schools data, promises revisions

The agency responsible for overseeing and analyzing public education data in California removed “bad” Advanced Placement test results from its website last month, acknowledging it had published the wrong scores from 2016. inewsource found the discrepancies in the California Department of Education’s 2016 AP test scores, and while waiting for the department to respond, found inconsistencies in prior years, as ... Read More »