Video: A New Era of Student Access at California’s Community Colleges Vicki Hsieh November 24 2020 An expert panel discusses new PPIC research showing that broader access to transfer-level courses at community colleges increased student success and narrowed racial equity gaps.
More California Students Are Getting Live Instruction, but Gaps Remain Niu Gao, Laura Hill, Julien Lafortune November 20 2020 The share of K-12 students receiving live instruction this fall is slightly higher than in the spring. However, notable equity gaps—by income, parental education, and race/ethnicity—persist.
Testimony: Getting to Graduation on Time at California State University Jacob Jackson November 19 2020 PPIC’s Jacob Jackson testified before the Select Committee on Student Success on increasing the share of CSU students who graduate in four years by encouraging them to take full course loads early in college.
Where California Stands with Women in the Legislature Jennifer Paluch November 19 2020 Following the 2020 election, women will account for about one-third of California’s state legislators—as they did before the election. This is a smaller share than in neighboring states.