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photo - Students Helping Each Other New Reforms at California Community Colleges New reforms in California's community colleges could make placement policies more uniform and transparent, with potential to improve student outcomes and narrow achievement gaps. Read More
Happy kids studying at the school and drawing in their notebooks - education concepts Video: Improving Outcomes for English Learners 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. Read More
LatinoStudent California’s K–12 Educational Progress: Good News and Bad News 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. Read More
photo - Students Helping Each Other Improving Math Placement Decisions A new state law is intended to help ensure that all students have access to rigorous math courses in high school. A new PPIC report looks at how it is being implemented. Read More
FemaleAsianElementaryStudent Early Results from Education Reforms PPIC researchers analyzed the early results of two reforms in K–12 education and presented their findings at a PPIC event in Sacramento last week. Read More
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