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Who Lives in California’s Nursing Homes?

By Hans Johnson

May 7, 2020 ... Nursing home residents—the overwhelming majority of whom are seniors—are less than 1% of the state's population, but account for more than ...

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Video: Improving Outcomes for English Learners

By Mary Severance

Jun 5, 2018 ... ... there are still many challenges to be addressed, the reforms mark an important shift toward seeing the bilingualism of ELs as an asset.

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California Is Different

By Mark Baldassare

Nov 16, 2016 ... ... the state's voters passed criminal sentencing reform (64%, Proposition 57) and bilingual education (73%, Proposition 58).

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How Can California Increase Voter Turnout?

By Linda Strean

Jun 10, 2014 ... ... can be poll workers, which will educate these Californians about the process and train a cadre of bilingual poll workers for the future.

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Helping English Learners Succeed

By David Lesher

This year, some policymakers would like to remove restrictions on bilingual education. Other legislation would seek a statewide policy about how to ...


California’s English Learner Students

By Laura Hill

Nearly 25 percent (or 1.4 million) of the students in California's public schools are English Learners. Because many students transition out of EL status, the ...