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    • A Statistical Picture of Latinos in California 2017 Update 

      California Senate Office of Research (California Senate Office of Research, 2017-07-01)
      This report provides a statistical picture of Latinos in California. The report includes population growth and age distribution, place of birth and citizenship status, income and poverty, and educational attainment and ...
    • Building a Student-Centered Data System in California 

      The Campaign for College Opportunity (The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2019-05-01)
      With over 37 million residents, California is the most populous state in the country. California’s primary and secondary schools enroll over 6.2 million students, and there are 3.4 million undergraduates attending 683 ...
    • California Budget 2019-20: Higher Education 

      Unknown author (The Department of Finance, California, 2019)
      Higher education is central to training and developing the skilled workforce needed for the state to meet its ever-changing workforce needs and is a core pathway for Californians to improve their upward economic mobility. ...
    • California Policy Options to Accelerate Latino Success in Higher Education 

      Santiago, Deborah A. (Excelencia in Education, 2016-10-01)
      To be competitive, California's economy, like the rest of the U.S., requires a greater number of well-educated workers than currently exists. Many activities are underway to improve educational preparation and opportunity ...
    • A Call to Action and Blueprint to Increase College Graduates and Keep Our Economy Strong 

      The Campaign for College Opportunity (The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2018)
      California has boomed, spearheading internationally competitive industries that require advanced education. California’s population has more than doubled, becoming more racially diverse than the Master Plan could have ...
    • Demand for Cal Grants Among Nontraditional Students Far Exceeds Supply 

      Rose, Amy (California Budget & Policy Center, 2018-08-01)
      Cal Grants are the foundation of California’s financial aid program for low- and middle-income students pursuing higher education in the state. Cal Grants provide aid for tuition and living expenses that does not have to ...
    • The Earnings of Community College Graduates in California 

      Riley Bahr, Peter (Community College Research Center Teachers College, Columbia University, 2016-12-01)
      In this study, the author draws on longitudinal data for 1.1 million students in California to estimate the effects of community college credentials on students’ earnings, as compared with students who are not awarded a ...
    • Equity Alert: Improving Cal Grant Equity 

      The Education Trust-West (The Education Trust-West, 2018-12-13)
      This report provides an overview of why each of these issues are critical to address, describing current limitations of the Cal Grant program and providing recommendations that state policymakers can immediately advance. ...
    • From State to Student: How State Disinvestment Has Shifted Higher Education Costs to Students and Families 

      California Budget & Policy Center (California Budget & Policy Center, 2014-05-06)
      California’s public higher education system has provided pathways to opportunity and economic mobility for millions of students. However, cuts in state General Fund support have led to significantly increased tuition and ...
    • Great Expectations: How Californians View Higher Education 

      Immerwahr, John (The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, 2000-08-01)
      Great Expectations: How Californians View Higher Education is part of a broader effort of the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education and Public Agenda to stimulate a public discussion about the role of ...
    • Higher Education Affordability for Undocumented Students in California 

      The Campaign for College Opportunity (The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2018-10-01)
      This report analyzes the state of undocumented students in California. Specifically, this report reviews preparation, enrollment, and success in college. It also recommends actions that our policymakers and college leaders ...
    • Higher Education in California: An Introduction to the State’s Public Colleges and Universities 

      The Campaign for College Opportunity (The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2018-09-01)
      This publication is an overview of Higher Education in California to provide readers with a deeper understanding about how the public systems work. This report also provides critical facts about the current state of higher ...
    • Left Out: Academic Senates 

      The Campaign for College Opportunity (The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2018-03-01)
      California’s colleges and universities are among the most diverse in the nation. More than two-thirds of our college students are Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPI), African American, and Latinx. ...
    • Left Out: How Exclusion in California’s Colleges and Universities Hurts Our Values, Our Students, and Our Economy 

      The Campaign for College Opportunity (The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2018-03-01)
      This report lifts the veil on the drastic disparity between California’s public college and university students and higher education leaders and faculty when it comes to race and gender. Indeed, the report reveals that ...
    • Making College Possible for Low-Income Students 

      Johnson, Hans (Public Policy Institute of California, 2014-10-01)
      In this study, the authors examine the role of grant and scholarship aid in California in making college more accessible and in helping students complete college. Among other findings, the authors find that for many ...
    • Mixed signals in California a Mismatch Between High Schools and Community Colleges 

      The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education (The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, 2008-03-01)
      Are high school juniors academically prepared to succeed in certificate and degree programs at a community college? Do the high school exams taken by students match the academic rigor of the community college placement ...
    • Paving the Path to College Aid: Expanding Access to the Cal Grant Program 

      The Education Trust-West (The Education Trust-West, 2018-12-13)
      California’s Cal Grant Program provides grants to all eligible recent high school graduates. And while Cal Grant applications from high school students have increased, there are still many students who are eligible for aid ...
    • State of Higher Education for Blacks in California 

      The Campaign for College Opportunity (The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2019-02-01)
      This report analyzes the state of Black Californians in education. Specifically, this report reviews preparation, enrollment, and success in college for Black Californians. It also recommends actions that our policymakers ...
    • State of Higher Education for Latinx in California 

      The Campaign for College Opportunity (The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2018-11-01)
      This report analyzes the state of Latinx in California education. Specifically, this report reviews preparation, enrollment, and success in college for Latinx Californians. It also recommends actions that our policymakers ...
    • The Case for Undocumented Students in Higher Education 

      Mendoza, Fermin (Educators for Fair Consideration, 2013)
      Every year, 65,000 students who have grown up in the United States graduate from high school with limitations from fully participating in American society. Although they have played little to no role in the decision to ...