skip to Main Content
Joseph Hayes
Joseph Hayes
Research Associate

Criminal justice, K-12 education

One Page Bio
Need more information on PPIC experts?
Contact Steven Bliss

Joseph Hayes is a research associate at the Public Policy Institute of California, where he studies population change, educational policy, and criminal justice issues. Recent projects have focused on estimates of the undocumented immigration population, English Learner reclassification policies in California public schools, and the changing composition of the state’s prison and parole populations. He holds an MS in agricultural economics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

curriculum vitae

California’s Digital Divide
The Digital Divide in Education
Surveying the Landscape of California’s English Learner Reclassification Policy
Arrests in California
Felony Arrests in California
Racial Disparities in California Arrests
English Learner Trajectories and Reclassification
Key Factors in Arrest Trends and Differences in California’s Counties
California’s Prison Population
Arrests in California’s Counties
Californians and the 2020 Census
2020 Census: The Political Impact on California
Academic Progress for English Learners: The Role of School Language Environment and Course Placement in Grades 6-12
New Insights into California Arrests: Trends, Disparities, and County Differences
California’s Changing Parole Population
Undocumented Immigrants in California
Health Coverage and Care for Undocumented Immigrants
Juvenile Justice in California
Reclassification of English Learner Students in California
Funding Public Safety Realignment
Immigrant Legalization: Assessing the Labor Market Effects
Immigrant Admissions: Family vs. Skills
Immigrant Pathways to Legal Permanent Residence: Now and Under a Merit-Based System
Out-of-School Immigrant Youth
Who’s In Prison? The Changing Demographics of Incarceration
The Central Valley at a Crossroads: Migration and Its Implications
The Demographics of Mortality in California
California’s Newest Immigrants
California’s Newest Neighborhoods
Back To Top