The 2017 test results for California’s public K–12 school students underscore the need to improve outcomes for economically disadvantaged students, English Learners, and students with disabilities.
While the country is politically divided on immigration issues, the PPIC Statewide Survey has found some bipartisan agreement in California.
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.
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