Higher education experts from Los Angeles, the Inland Empire, and the San Joaquin Valley describe their efforts to meet California’s need for college-educated workers.
A nationwide data system could help students and parents weigh the costs and benefits of specific colleges and majors.
When Antonio Villaraigosa—candidate for governor and former Los Angeles mayor—was asked to name the top issues most important to the state’s future, he started with the economy.
The state’s new school accountability “dashboards” leave some students out.
California’s baby boomers are the best-educated adults in the developed world. But the younger generation is not keeping up with other countries.
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