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What’s Next for Higher Education in 2023?

By Olga Rodriguez, Kevin Cook

Jan 11, 2023 ... A new financial aid policy could provide more student aid and improve college ... In the past, UC and CSU could raise tuition and enroll ...


Solar Energy and Groundwater in the San Joaquin Valley

By Andrew Ayres, Annabelle Rosser, Ellen Hanak, Alvar Escriva-Bou ...

A range of factors influence where projects are located: most importantly, access to transmission lines and interconnection costs, but also the cost of land ...

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Crime Trends in California

By Magnus Lofstrom, Brandon Martin

Oct 19, 2022 ... NOTE: Violent crime includes homicide, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault; property crime includes burglary, motor vehicle theft, and larceny ...


The Impact of COVID-19 on Science Education

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

California is one of 44 states—serving 71 percent of US students—with ... fee-based online resources, and online units that students study at their own pace ...

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California’s Health Care Safety Net

By Shannon McConville

Other funding sources include counties, provider fees, and patient revenue. Additional state and county programs offer limited access to health care for ...


Equitable State Funding for School Facilities

By Julien Lafortune, Niu Gao

Per student state funding has been highest in the districts with the fewest ... fees (levied by school districts on most forms of new development).

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What’s Next for Higher Education?

By Hans Johnson, Kevin Cook, Lande Ajose

Jan 13, 2022 ... Another uncertain year is likely, even as students and the ... Meanwhile, strong state support helped keep tuition and fees down, ...