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Photo - Teacher and students in classroom How Many Districts Have Been Providing In-person Instruction? More than half of California districts are open for some in-person instruction amid the pandemic, but there are notable disparities by race/ethnicity and income. Read More
photo - Young Boy Doing Schoolwork at Home Are Students Spending Enough Time on School during the Pandemic? Most K–12 students in California are spending less time on educational activities during the pandemic, with significant racial and socioeconomic disparities. Read More
photo - Girl Distance Learning with Tablet Commentary: To Help Address Learning Disparities, Boost Internet Access for Low-Income Students Since the COVID-19 pandemic began last spring, California has made substantial progress in expanding access to digital devices needed for K–12 distance learning. But inequities in access to broadband internet remain a challenge. Read More
photo - Mark Baldassare and Ana Matosantos Video: A Conversation with Cabinet Secretary Ana Matosantos Ana Matosantos, cabinet secretary to Governor Newsom, talks with PPIC’s Mark Baldassare about managing the COVID-19 pandemic and the steps California is taking to foster a strong economic recovery. Read More
photo - Woman Examing Machine Part Broad Support for Job Training and Child Care to Boost Recovery In the latest PPIC Statewide Survey, most Californians support key policy proposals to increase economic well-being and broaden opportunity. Read More
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