Governor Newsom Proposes New Investments in Math and Science Teachers Julien Lafortune, Radhika Mehlotra January 16 2020 In the state budget proposal he released last week, the governor calls for new spending to address the teacher shortage in high-need subjects.
Demand for UC and CSU Enrollment Remains Strong Hans Johnson January 9 2020 Even as the number of high school graduates in California has remained steady, demand for admission to the state’s public universities continues to grow.
The Democratic Presidential Primary: What Do Californians Care About? Mark Baldassare December 6 2019 With California's primary less than three months away, voters most want to hear from the candidates on health care, the environment, jobs and the economy, and immigration.
Video: Californians and Their Government Mary Severance November 25 2019 PPIC’s latest statewide survey looks at support for candidates in the 2020 Democratic primary, as well as views on impeachment, wildfires, and homelessness.
College Applications Are Up and Admission Rates Are Down Hans Johnson November 12 2019 The popularity of many of California’s public universities has grown substantially in the past decade, while admissions rates have declined.