Corey Johnson

Center for Investigative Reporting

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Reporter covering money and politics, formerly K-12 education, at California Watch, a part of the nonprofit Center for Investigative Reporting

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Fifty years ago, forced sterilization of prisoners, the mentally ill and the poor was common in California.

Did Prison Officials Violate State Law?

Fifty years ago, forced sterilization of prisoners, the mentally ill and the poor was common in California.

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California schools and teachers are graded by the  Academic Performance Index .

State Doesn't Look for Cheaters on Standardized Tests

California schools and teachers are graded by the Academic Performance Index .

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