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October 2017 | Julia Koppich, Daniel Humphrey, Andrea Venezia, Thad Nodine, and Laura Jaeger

This report finds that students, teachers and local administrators embrace California’s commitment to college and career readiness (CCR), but have deep concerns about implementation.



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November 2016 | Jodi Lewis, Kathy Reeves Bracco, Colleen Moore, Thad Nodine, Andrea Venezia

This report examines the policies and practices that support student transfer from the California Community Colleges to the California State University through perspectives of students, administrators, and staff.


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January 2014 | Colleen Moore, Connie Tan, and Nancy Shulock

This report is the fifth in a series analyzing California’s postsecondary performance in the areas of preparation, affordability, participation, completion, benefits and finance. The report provides a summary of trends in each performance area over the past decade and offers a breakdown of performance by region and race/ethnicity. 


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September 2011 | Nancy Shulock, Jeremy Offenstein, and Camille Esch

This report uses data from the Delta Cost Project to analyze revenue and spending patterns across California higher education. The report compares patterns across California’s three public higher education systems (University of California, California State University and the California Community Colleges), documents changes over a seven-year period for which data are available (2002-2009), and compares California to the rest of the nation. Researchers conclude that policymakers’ traditional approach to fiscal planning is inadequate for today’s challenges and recommend greater transparency in spending and revenues and a more strategic and state-wide approach to financing higher education.


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August 2009 | Colleen Moore, Nancy Shulock, and Cristy Jensen

This report tackles the difficult challenge of making transfer more comprehensible and less frustrating for California’s community college students. The study examines transfer policies of eight states, identifies some key dimensions of emerging policies, and offers recommendations for more student-centered transfer policies that would increase transfer success.


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