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K–12 Test Scores Vary Widely across Student Groups

By Paul Warren

The 2017 test results for California’s public K–12 school students underscore the need to improve outcomes for economically disadvantaged students, English Learners, and students with disabilities.


Charter Schools and California’s Local Control Funding Formula

By Iwunze Ugo, Laura Hill

Over the two decades since their inception, charter schools have become a significant part of the California public school system. Quasi-independent, but publicly funded, these schools educate about 10 percent of the state’s students.

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