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Bricks and Mortarboards: Capital Investment in Colleges California needs to rethink its higher education capital finance strategy—a key component in maintaining access for all students and producing an educated workforce. Read More
Video: Keeping Students on Track for College Only about 30% of California 9th graders are expected to earn a bachelor’s degree—a startling statistic in a state that faces a shortfall of college graduates. PPIC researchers and a panel of experts discuss the challenges and solutions for improving college pathways. Read More
California Needs More College Prep Courses To improve student readiness for college, districts and schools need to increase the number of college prep courses. Read More
College Graduates and California’s Future California’s population and economy are changing, and its higher education institutions need to increase both college enrollment and completion rates. Read More
Video: Californians Concerned about Cost but Give State’s Colleges Good Grades Most Californians say college affordability is a big problem, and most give the state’s public colleges good grades. These are among the PPIC Statewide Survey findings presented in Sacramento. Read More
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