The uneven impact of the pandemic has fallen heaviest on the most vulnerable students in the state.
In-home care is a growing necessity across the state. When will counties treat it that way?
Districts struggle to fill open positions and see new waves of teacher departures this summer.
California looks to ease the strain put on its vulnerable undocumented workforce.
They can leave patients with crippling medical bills. Why are high-deductible insurance plans becoming so popular with employers?
California tries to address dangerous work conditions, low pay and staff turnover in its care facilities.
More than a ground-breaking Dodger star, Jackie Robinson had a radical side, too.
A state secret comes into the open: how inflation targets the poor.
Exploring income inequality in the land of milk and money.
Two years on, with mandates lifting, what’s changed about COVID — and what hasn’t.
In a moment of genuine emergency like the pandemic, any improvement in health care access is welcome.
California health care workers feel worn out, denied the staffing and support that would let them do what they do best.
The California surplus is available to some, but for 61 local public health department workers there’s little but tough love.
Taking care of California means taking care of those with disabilities and comorbidities.
Gov. Newsom calibrates the right time for schools to drop the mask mandate.
The sweetheart deal cut with the largest managed-care organization in California may have some messy implications.
Promising new legislation to keep California workers safe would leave many uncovered.
A new state bill seeks to find out what we don’t know about the jobs we want to have.
In a time of pandemic and with its healthcare system in pieces, a bold Assembly bill shows California moving forward.
An ‘onslaught' of school protest aims to do what California’s government has struggled to achieve: keep students safe.