Do Californians Support the Proposed School Bond? Dean Bonner October 31 2019 Slightly more than half of likely voters approve of the school bond measure that will be on the March 2020 ballot, but support varies across regions.
Video: Improving Educational Opportunity in California Mary Severance October 30 2019 How can schools and colleges best prepare students to meet the challenges of the future? Linda Darling-Hammond, president of the state board of education, and Eloy Ortiz-Oakley, chancellor of California’s community colleges, discuss the issues with Mark Baldassare, PPIC president and CEO.
2020 Primary: Funding Higher Education Facilities Patrick Murphy, Radhika Mehlotra, Kevin Cook October 24 2019 A bond measure that will appear on the March 2020 statewide ballot would provide $15 billion to upgrade education buildings and facilities, including $6 billion for higher education.
CSU’s Prudent Saving Strategy Kevin Cook, Patrick Murphy, Radhika Mehlotra June 13 2019 According to its new, publicly available financial reporting tool, the California State University has significantly strengthened its reserves in recent years.
LAUSD’s Measure EE and the Parcel Tax Vote Threshold Patrick Murphy, Jennifer Paluch June 3 2019 Los Angeles voters are considering a local parcel tax, while the legislature explores a constitutional amendment that would lower the vote threshold for such measures in the future.