Paul Warren

Research Associate
(916) 440-1124
warren@ppic.org

Expertise
ē K-12 school finance
   Proposition 98
   Categorical programs

ē K-12 testing and accountability
   State assessment programs
   State and federal accountability programs

Experience
Senior Policy Analyst, K-12 Education, Legislative Analystís Office (2003-2008). Deputy Superintendent for Accountability, California Department of Education (1999-2003). Policy Analyst/Director of Education, Legislative Analystís Office (1992-1999). Chief Consultant, Assembly Education Committee, California State Legislature (1989-1992).

Education
M.P.P (1982), Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

PPIC Publications
California's Future (co-authored with Sarah Bohn, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Caroline Danielson, Ryken Grattet, Ellen Hanak, Joseph Hayes, Laura Hill, Hans Johnson, Shannon McConville, Eric McGhee, and Margaret Weston). Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

California's Future: K-12 Education (co-authored with Laura Hill and Margaret Weston). Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

California's State Budget: The Enacted 2014-15 Budget Public Policy Institute of California, Just the Facts, 2014.

Californiaís Transition to the Common Core State Standards: The State's Role in Local Capacity Building (co-authored with Patrick Murphy). Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

Implementing the Common Core State Standards in California (co-authored with Patrick Murphy). Public Policy Institute of California, 2014.

California's Changing K-12 Accountability Program Public Policy Institute of California, 2013.

Increasing the Usefulness of California's Education Data (co-authored with Heather Hough). Public Policy Institute of California, 2013.

Other Selected Publications
Improving High School: A Strategic Approach California Legislative Analystís Office, Sacramento, 2005.

A Look at the Progress of English Learner Students California Legislative Analystís Office, Sacramento, 2004.

A K-12 Master Plan: Starting the Process California Legislative Analystís Office, Sacramento, 1999.