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photo - College Student Walking on Campus and Wearing a Mask Helping Community Colleges Build on Progress during the Pandemic As higher education continues to confront the disruptions from COVID-19, Governor Newsom’s proposed state budget includes funding to help California community colleges boost access and retention and improve student outcomes. Read More
photo - Mother Giving Daughter a Hug Californians’ Outlook Is Bleak as Low-Income Families Struggle Families with annual incomes of less than $40,000—about one in five California households—have been disproportionately affected by the current economic downturn, with the impact varying across regions. Read More
photo - US Capitol Federal Action—or Inaction—Will Shape California’s Recovery State policymakers have many options for helping promote an equitable recovery from the current downturn. But federal policy choices will have an outsized impact on California’s workers and families, especially in the short term. Read More
photo - Young Woman Wearing Mask and Grocery Shopping Supporting Financially Stressed College Students during COVID-19 With California college students facing educational and financial disruptions due to the pandemic, policymakers and campus officials are seeking ways to help students meet basic needs. Read More
photo - Woman Grocery Shopping during Coronavirus Pandemic CalFresh during the Pandemic Enrollment in CalFresh, the state’s largest nutrition safety net program, has risen substantially during COVID-19. Still, many California households report not having enough food and lack a connection to the nutrition safety net. Read More
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