n 2006, The James Irvine Foundation launched ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career to serve as a statewide hub for innovative practice, policy, and research to expand the number of Linked Learning

pathways available to the state’s high school students. With additional support from the Irvine Foundation, ConnectEd launched the California Linked Learning District Initiative to provide technical assistance and coaching to school districts expanding Linked Learning in their high schools. Over the grant period, participating districts will develop between six and eight high-quality Linked Learning pathways, greatly increasing the options for students.

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