The National EPFP content framework lays out the knowledge, skills, and practices participants gain. Building upon this framework, California EPFP has the following learning outcomes:


Participants learn about public education imperatives from various perspectives; examine policymaking and implementation efforts intended to support equitable student outcomes for underrepresented students; explore ways that (in)equity manifests within and across education systems; and grow their understanding of the interconnectedness of K-12 and postsecondary education policy.


Participants strengthen their leadership abilities; learn from interactions with public education leaders in California; and develop familiarity with strategies effective leaders use to create equity-driven change.


Participants foster lasting relationships with a diverse community of education leaders that results in a larger network of professional contacts; build cross-sector connections that can lead to more inclusive and collaborative policymaking.