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The Impact of COVID-19 on Science Education

By Niu Gao, Kathy DiRanna, Maria T. Chang Fay

Close to half of 2021–24 Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs) included plans to adopt, develop, or purchase new instructional materials; 38 percent of ...


Understanding the Effects of School Funding

By Julien Lafortune

In 1988, Proposition 98 set minimum state spending requirements for K–12 education; the state must spend roughly 40 percent of General Fund revenues in its ...

Statewide Survey

PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and Education

By Mark Baldassare, Dean Bonner, Rachel Lawler, Deja Thomas

Apr 13, 2022 ... Strong revenue growth at the state level is providing a positive fiscal ... the requirements needed to get teaching credentials (10%).


Dual Enrollment in California

By Olga Rodriguez, Niu Gao

In general, white and Asian students are overrepresented in dual enrollment, ... ECHS/MCHS courses are developmental education courses intended to prepare ...


California’s Future

By Ellen Hanak, Laura Hill, Hans Johnson, Caroline Danielson ...

This multi-topic publication highlights the state's most pressing long-term policy challenges in several key areas: criminal justice, economy, education, ...


Modernizing California’s Education Data System

By Jacob Jackson, Kevin Cook

Higher education is a key driver of economic mobility and future growth in ... health career education credentials generally have sizeable economic returns.

Fact Sheet

California’s High School Graduation Requirements

By Niu Gao, Lunna Lopes, Grace Lee

The California Education Code specifies minimum course requirements for the state's public school system: three years of instruction in both English and ...


Geography of Child Poverty in California

By Caroline Danielson, Sarah Bohn

Despite strong economic growth, California continues to struggle with high rates ... young children whose parents do not have a high school diploma or GED.