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January 24, 2020 - This week: CSU Chancellor Timothy White explains where things stand with the plan to require an additional year of quantitative reasoning; and San Francisco State President Lynn Mahoney describes what the university is doing to increase the graduation rate.
January 17, 2020 - This week: We interview a Bakersfield teacher about how a residency program benefited her; and four education leaders share their views of what they liked and would have liked to hear in Newsom's budget presentation.
From chronic absenteeism and high suspensions to a lack of internet service and barriers to going to college, California's rural school districts face extraordinary challenges. For many, these barriers are similar to those in urban areas but with far less public awareness. Through the multi-media reporting and visualizations below, EdSource describes this education divide and the efforts underway to help students earn college degrees.