Joaquin Esquivel, newly appointed to the State Water Board, talks about the Salton Sea, paying for water, and opportunities for collaboration.
California State University is eliminating remedial classes and will focus on helping students complete college-level work regardless of preparation.
Graduates say their investment in college was worth it, according to national survey data. But they are less satisfied with their choices of colleges, majors, or degrees.
California’s water management is a complicated stew with many cooks. It just got more complex with the addition of 250 new groundwater sustainability agencies.
There is broad consensus in favor of California’s efforts to address climate change, the PPIC Statewide Survey shows.
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