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Occupational Shifts Favor California’s High-Skill Workers Workers with at least a bachelor’s degree have prospered the most over the past several years. Read More
Retraining Workers for the Future Economy California’s higher education system has an important role to play in delivering retraining options. Read More
California’s Brain Gain California is unique: It is gaining large numbers of college graduates from other states and losing large numbers of less educated adults. Read More
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
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