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.
Severe COVID-19 Infections May Threaten California’s Prisons Heather Harris March 27 2020 California invests more than any other state in prisoners’ health. Still, living conditions that make social distancing difficult and other factors could make the state’s prison population especially susceptible to a coronavirus outbreak.
COVID-19 and California’s Census Count Eric McGhee March 24 2020 With the census just underway, how might the challenges presented by COVID-19 affect California’s ability to ensure a complete count?
COVID-19 and California’s Vulnerable Populations Paulette Cha, Shannon McConville March 23 2020 As California seeks to address the coronavirus pandemic, some groups are at greater risk due to their work, living conditions, underlying health issues, or limited access to care.
The COVID-19 Crisis Is Affecting Low-Income Workers Caroline Danielson March 19 2020 As California responds to the coronavirus, low-income workers across the state will be deeply affected by the economic consequences of the pandemic.