Californians and the November 2020 Election Mark Baldassare, Dean Bonner, Alyssa Dykman, Rachel Lawler October 5 2020 California’s likely voters are anxious about the troubling state of affairs in the nation and state, with COVID-19, the economy, and wildfires among their chief concerns.
Affirmative Action and Higher Education in California Radhika Mehlotra, Bonnie Brooks September 3 2020 A November ballot measure asks Californians whether or not to repeal the state’s ban on affirmative action in the public sector, including in public higher education.
Video: New Realities for Higher Education Mary Severance July 28 2020 California’s public higher education leaders—UC’s Janet Napolitano, California Community Colleges’ Eloy Ortiz Oakley, and CSU’s Timothy White—discuss how their systems are addressing COVID-19 and other key challenges.
Race and College Admissions in Texas Jacob Jackson June 7 2016 Texas’s plan to promote diversity at its universities did not achieve the same results as affirmative action. But it may be part of a solution to address racial equity at California colleges.
California’s New Leaders Focus on Poverty David Lesher October 7 2014 Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins and Senator Kevin de León, who will take over as senate president pro tem later this month, each told a Sacramento audience about growing up in poverty and the role it has played in their shared view of the state’s responsibility to those in need.