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The Impact of COVID-19 on Science Education

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

Science became a lower priority during the 2020–21 school year in most districts ... at least 75% of students are eligible for free/reduced price lunch.

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School Meals May Help Families Fight Food Inflation

By Caroline Danielson, Niu Gao

Jun 1, 2022 ... figure - Compared to all California households, low-income, Black, and Latino · figure - Despite universal free meals, school meal provision has ...


Equitable State Funding for School Facilities

By Julien Lafortune, Niu Gao

Districts target more funding to schools with higher shares of low-income ... students who are eligible for free/reduced-price lunch and those who are not.


Keeping College Affordable for California Students

By Kevin Cook, Jacob Jackson

In 2017–18, California high school graduates with incomes low enough to receive free or reduced-price lunch were less likely to attend college in California ...


Dual Enrollment in California

By Olga Rodriguez, Niu Gao

Poverty is based on free or reduced price lunch eligibility data. ... ECHS, or MCHS programs serve slightly fewer first-generation or low-income students.


Targeted K–12 Funding and Student Outcomes

By Julien Lafortune

... K–12 student spending between high- and low-income districts, schools, and students over time, based on eligibility for free and/or reduced-price lunch.