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photo - Elementary Students Leaving School and Wearing Masks Digging into Enrollment Drops at California Public Schools Statewide, public K–12 enrollment declined nearly 3%—or over 160,000 students—in 2020–21, with kindergarten numbers falling the most. Read More
photo - A Boy Distance Learning and Using Laptop A Year into Distance Learning, California’s Digital Divide Persists Although more K–12 students now have access to computer devices compared to last spring, disparities in internet access generally have not narrowed in the past year. Read More
photo - Man on Mobile Phone for a Medical Video Appointment How Telehealth Can Bring Equity to Health Care The expanded use of telehealth visits during the pandemic highlights their potential to increase health care access, especially among underserved groups. Read More
photo - Teacher Writing Equations on Whiteboard and Wearing Face Mask Mapping Equitable Access to Math at California’s Community Colleges The state’s community colleges have made tremendous progress in expanding access to transfer-level math courses, but overall gains mask important variation across campuses. Read More
photo - Lake with Very Low Water from Years of Drought in California Video: Is California Ready for Drought? Drought brings greater risks to some sectors and communities. At this virtual event, experts discussed the latest drought, and how to reduce its impacts to vulnerable sectors. Read More
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