California’s K–12 Educational Progress: Good News and Bad News Niu Gao, Courtney Lee April 18 2018 California's K–12 students have made gains in reading scores, but achievement gaps remain for English Learner, low-income, and African American and Latino students.
Video: Californians and Education Susan Gluss April 16 2018 A strong majority of adults and public school parents in California are concerned about school shootings, but they're deeply divided along partisan lines about arming teachers and school officials.
Testimony: How an Integrated Data System Could Improve Education Jacob Jackson April 11 2018 California needs a statewide integrated longitudinal data system to help evaluate and improve its education system.
Video: Implementing New K–12 Science Standards Susan Gluss March 13 2018 A panel of experts discussed the findings of a new PPIC report that assesses the implementation of new science standards in California's K–12 schools, as well as the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Prioritizing Computer Science in California Schools Niu Gao, Courtney Lee March 6 2018 The fastest-growing, highest-paying jobs in the US require computer science knowledge, but California is falling behind in preparing students with these skills.