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photo - College Graduate Hugging Mother and Holding Diploma California Remains on Track to Close the Degree Gap Six years ago, PPIC projected a shortage of 1.1 million highly educated workers in California by 2030. Today—despite the disruptions caused by the pandemic—the state is on track to close this gap. Read More
photo - Back of Graduates Wearing Mortar Boards California Sees More College Graduates, but Progress Is Uneven The share of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree has grown, but gains have varied by geography and across racial/ethnic groups. Read More
photo - Mortar Boards Held Up High Geography of Educational Attainment in California Overall, one-third of Californians age 25 and older have at least a bachelor’s degree. But this share varies widely—both across the state’s regions and within individual counties. Read More
photo - Joseph I. Castro Video: A Conversation with Chancellor Joseph I. Castro PPIC’s Mark Baldassare talks with the leader of the California State University about addressing the COVID-19 pandemic as well as CSU’s efforts to increase access, diversity, and college completion. Read More
photo - Mark Baldassare and Eleni Kounalakis Video: A Conversation with Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis Lieutenant Governor Kounalakis talks with PPIC’s Mark Baldassare about state efforts to combat COVID-19 and address the economic impact of the pandemic. Read More
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