Enrollment Changes May Create Winners and Losers in K–12 Budget Deal Julien Lafortune, Radhika Mehlotra July 14 2020 Because the new state budget funds school districts based on enrollment from the prior year, growing districts could receive less funding per student this year.
UC and CSU Face Budget Challenges Kevin Cook July 10 2020 The University of California and California State University face significant revenue loss this year and may see further cuts in the coming years.
Lack of Plumbing Makes Fighting COVID-19 Difficult Paulette Cha July 8 2020 For some Californians, lack of reliable access to running water is a barrier to regular handwashing and other means of reducing coronavirus spread.
Commentary: Improving Forest Health Can Build Jobs, Economies in Rural California Henry McCann, Van Butsic July 6 2020 Putting Californians to work improving the health of the state’s headwater forests would boost economic recovery and reduce wildfire risk.
What Ohio’s COVID-19 Outbreaks Can Teach California Prisons Heather Harris June 30 2020 With an outbreak at San Quentin highlighting the threat posed by COVID-19, the experiences of Ohio prisons could provide lessons for California.