Affirmative Action and Higher Education in California Radhika Mehlotra, Bonnie Brooks September 3 2020 A November ballot measure asks Californians whether or not to repeal the state’s ban on affirmative action in the public sector, including in public higher education.
The DACA Ruling and California’s Dreamers Joseph Hayes, Laura Hill June 19 2020 What does this week’s US Supreme Court ruling mean for the nearly 200,000 DACA recipients in California?
Workers Without College Degrees Face Unprecedented Job Losses Hans Johnson, Marisol Cuellar Mejia May 29 2020 Job losses during the COVID-19 crisis, which already far exceed those of the Great Recession, have been especially large among less-educated workers.
Testimony: California Is on Track to Close the Degree Gap Hans Johnson February 25 2020 Hans Johnson, director of the PPIC Higher Education Center, provides legislative testimony on California’s progress in addressing a projected shortage of highly educated workers.
Making Progress on Connecting Student Data across California Jacob Jackson January 28 2020 A broad range of stakeholders, including PPIC, are working to create a system for linking data across the state’s public education institutions.