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What’s Next for Higher Education in 2023?

By Olga Rodriguez, Kevin Cook

Jan 11, 2023 ... With higher completion rates in courses leading to transfer, improvements in ... In the past, UC and CSU could raise tuition and enroll ...

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Poverty in California

By Caroline Danielson, Patricia Malagon, Sarah Bohn

Oct 26, 2022 ... Poverty rates fell during the pandemic—especially for children—but ... programs such as CalFresh food assistance, poverty rates would be higher.

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Financing California’s Public Schools

By Julien Lafortune, Joseph Herrera

Federal pandemic aid and increased state funding have contributed to record ... Adjusting for differences in labor costs across states, California's rank ...


Land Transitions and Dust in the San Joaquin Valley

By Andrew Ayres, Jaymin Kwon, Joy Collins

Jul 25, 2022 ... ... first and foremost, but proactive management can help identify high-risk areas and direct funding to cost-effective interventions.


Understanding the Effects of School Funding

By Julien Lafortune

In California, spending is higher for low-income, Black, and Latino students—but ... Cost pressures in California schools affect the efficiency of funding.

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What’s Next for Higher Education?

By Hans Johnson, Kevin Cook, Lande Ajose

Jan 13, 2022 ... Meanwhile, strong state support helped keep tuition and fees down, and the share of students taking out loans was in decline.


Keeping College Affordable for California Students

By Kevin Cook, Jacob Jackson

Until the late 1990s, state funding for public higher education covered the majority of this cost. However, state funding for the University of California ...