California’s K–12 Educational Progress: Good News and Bad News Niu Gao, Courtney Lee April 18 2018 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.
Improving Math Placement Decisions Linda Strean November 28 2016 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.
Early Results from Education Reforms Linda Strean May 4 2016 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.
Video: Californians’ Views of K–12 Education Linda Strean April 26 2016 Most Californians say state funding for their local public schools is inadequate, and most favor ballot proposals likely to increase it, according to PPIC’s 12th annual survey on Californians and education.