Video: 2020 Census: What’s at Stake for California? Sarah Bohn July 17 2018 The stakes are huge for California in the 2020 Census. Why? PPIC research director Sarah Bohn explains in a new video.
What Does the Repeal of Net Neutrality Mean for California Schools? Justin Goss, Niu Gao July 11 2018 California’s K–12 schools increasingly rely on internet service for instruction and test administration—what does repealing net neutrality mean for them?
Funding Measures and the June Ballot Patrick Murphy, Radhika Mehlotra, Jennifer Paluch June 11 2018 In the June primary, Californians voted on a variety of measures ranging from parcel taxes to bridge tolls to cannabis taxes—and most of them passed.
Video: Improving Outcomes for English Learners Mary Severance June 5 2018 Recent K‒12 reforms change how California funds, assesses, and holds districts accountable for English Learner students, currently about 21% of the public school population.
New Admission Requirements at the University of California? Niu Gao, Hans Johnson May 21 2018 The University of California is considering increasing minimum science requirements for admission, a move that will challenge California high schools to prepare students for the changes.