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David J. Alexander; Alfonso Nava. A Public Policy Analysis of Bilingual Education in California. San Francisco: R. and E. Research Associates. 1976. 70pp.

Reginald Bell. Public School Education of Second-Generation Japanese in California. New York: Arno Press. 1978. 116pp.

Roy W. Cloud. Education in California: Leaders, Organizations, and Accomplishments of the First Hundred Years. Stanford University Press. 1952. 296pp. Under the sponsorship of the California Teachers Association.

John Aubrey Douglass. The California Idea and American Higher Education: 1850 to the 1960 Master Plan. Stanford University Press. 2007. 480pp.

William Warren Ferrier. Ninety Years of Education in California, 1846-1936: A Presentation of Educational Movements and Their Outcome in Education Today. Sather Gate Book Shop. 1937. 413pp.

Irving G. Hendrick. The Education of Non-Whites in California, 1849-1970. San Francisco: R. & E. Research Associates. 1977. 165pp.

Irving G. Hendrick. California Education: A Brief History. Boyd & Fraser. 1980. 97pp.

Lynn A. Karoly; James H. Bigelow. The Economics of Investing in Universal Preschool Education in California: Executive Summary. Rand Corporation. 2005. 192pp.

Neil J. Smelser; Gabriel Almond (editor). Public Higher Education in California. University of California Press. 1974. 312pp.

John Swett. Public Education in California: Its Origin and Development, with Personal Reminiscences of Half a Century. New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: American Book Company. 1911. 320pp.

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