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Addressing California students’ loss of learning shapes plan to reopen schools

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In a surprise announcement Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom suggested reopening schools as soon as late July or early August to mitigate the loss of learning that all students — but especially low-income black and Latino students — have experienced during two months of school closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.

EdSource, Apr 28, 2020

Report: Foster care students require academic, financial support from schools for college success

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Youth in the California foster care system face more barriers during the transition from high school to college than their non-foster-care peers...

Education Dive, Jan 31, 2020

High school suspensions, multiple schools affect foster youth as they enter college

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New report finds negative high school experience decreases college GPA. California foster students who were suspended from school or attended multiple high schools are more likely to struggle in college, according to a new report that examines the academic transition these students undergo.

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EdSource, Jan 30, 2020

Public education in both California and Texas is poor

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Their task is to educate whole generations, but if California and Texas were to be graded for their achievements in the classroom, they would barely pass. They rank 36th and 41st, respectively, out of 51 states (including Washington, D.C.) for educational outcomes, according to Education Week, a news firm...

The Economist, Jun 20, 2019

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