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Higher Education Funding in California

By Kevin Cook

Higher education is the third largest General Fund expenditure, after K–12 education and health and human services. The majority ($12.3 billion) of this funding ...


Higher Education Finance in California

This research was supported with funding from the California Postsecondary Education Commission Foundation and the Donald Bren Foundation. Agenda. Please ...


Higher Education in California: Performance Budgeting

By Hans Johnson, Patrick Murphy, Margaret Weston, Kevin Cook

As California begins to reinvest in public higher education after several years of budget cuts, it could opt to tie funding more closely with outcomes-for ...


Special Education Finance in California

By Laura Hill, Patrick Murphy, Paul Warren, Iwunze Ugo

The overall funding level has not kept pace with rising numbers of students with disabilities or the growing share of high-cost disabilities. Distributing AB ...


Higher Education in California: Student Costs

By Jacob Jackson

Also, given current tuition levels, it is more important than ever for the state to ensure that all students fill out financial aid forms and can easily access ...


PPIC Higher Education Center

The PPIC Higher Education Center advances political solutions that enhance educational opportunities for all of California's students—improving lives and ...


Higher Education in California: Institutional Costs

By Hans Johnson, Patrick Murphy, Margaret Weston, Kevin Cook

Better budget data could help policymakers monitor costs and align higher education funding with state goals. But it is clear that tuition at California's ...

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Financing California’s Public Schools

By Patrick Murphy, Jennifer Paluch

K–14 education each year. The state's new K–12 funding formula prioritizes high-need students. In 2013, California implemented the Local Control Funding ...