Creating an Affordable-College Model for California
This report develops two models to estimate the cost of an affordable-college program in California which accounts for other college costs besides tuition, such as housing, food, and transportation.
California Can Raise Revenue By Adopting Parts of Last Year’s Federal Tax Giveaway
This blog post shows that despite the severe deficiencies of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), California policymakers now have an opportunity to raise state revenues to support new investments by adopting into the state tax code certain changes made by the TCJA.
Millions of Children Are Eligible for Subsidized Child Care, but Only a Fraction Received Services in 2017
This Fact Sheet highlights the unmet need for subsidized child care in California, showing that an estimated 2 million children were eligible for care in 2017 but only 228,100 were able to participate in a subsidized full-day, full-year program.