Governor Newsom Proposes New Investments in Math and Science Teachers Julien Lafortune, Radhika Mehlotra January 16 2020 In the state budget proposal he released last week, the governor calls for new spending to address the teacher shortage in high-need subjects.
California’s Independent Voters and the Presidential Primary Alyssa Dykman January 15 2020 More than one in four registered voters are independents, accounting for the state’s second-largest voting bloc. What role might they play in California’s upcoming presidential primary?
A Changing Water Landscape Ellen Hanak January 13 2020 A look back at the PPIC Water Policy Center’s work in 2019.
Unfavorable Ratings for Political Parties Persist among Californians Rachel Lawler January 10 2020 Less than half of Californians hold favorable views of the Democratic or Republican parties, and a majority say a third major party is needed.