The DACA Ruling and California’s Dreamers Joseph Hayes, Laura Hill June 19 2020 What does this week’s US Supreme Court ruling mean for the nearly 200,000 DACA recipients in California?
Public Higher Education in California Faces a Fiscal Crisis Kevin Cook, Hans Johnson May 20 2020 With a sharp decline in state revenues due to COVID-19, California’s public colleges and universities face significant funding cuts that could reduce student access and services.
COVID-19 Alters College Admissions Jacob Jackson, Olga Rodriguez, Niu Gao May 5 2020 UC and CSU are allowing greater flexibility in requirements for fall 2021 admission, but disadvantaged students may still face unique barriers to access.
Lessons from the Great Recession Can Protect College Students Today Kevin Cook, Hans Johnson April 29 2020 State funding for public higher education saw deep cuts during the last downturn, while for-profit colleges moved to the forefront.
COVID-19 Shutdown Forces Colleges to Ramp up Online Learning Hans Johnson, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Kevin Cook March 30 2020 As higher education in California moves online, the state’s prior experience with distance learning points to effective practices, as well as certain challenges, in helping students succeed.