What We’re Learning
Transitional Kindergarten in California: What Do Transitional Kindergarten Classrooms Look Like in the Third Year of the Program’s Implementation?
The latest brief from the American Institutes for Research (AIR) provides new information on classroom make-up, structure, and teacher characteristics in California’s Transitional Kindergarten (TK) program.
Health Care Coverage and Access for Children in Low-Income Families: Stakeholder Perspectives from California, Colorado, and Texas
This issue brief was prepared as part of small-scale qualitative studies conducted in California, Coloarado, and Texas to convey recent positive developments, remaining unmet needs, and emerging issues in children’s health care coverage and delivery, from the perspective of knowledgeable stakeholders. Using…
West Coast Groundfish in California Value Chain Assessment
The West Coast Groundfish fishery is one of the most complex U.S. fisheries to ever successfully end overfishing and rebuild its depleted stocks. This resulted in the certification of 13 species by the Marine Stewardship Council in 2014. The fishery’s recent success…
Teaching the Teachers of Our Youngest Children: The State of Early Childhood Higher Education in California
Teaching the Teachers of Our Youngest Children: The State of Early Childhood Higher Education in California looks the status of early childhood higher education offerings in California and how these programs have evolved over the last decade.