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Looking back: Principal reflects on first graduating class

Thursday June 7th, 2018 |
The big mahogany desk and row of filing cabinets that dominated Principal Roger Adams’ office when Rancho Campana High School opened, with just ninth and 10th-graders, in September 2015 are now gone, replaced by a… ... Read Full Article

CTE program prepares for modern port careers

Tuesday May 29th, 2018 |
The Port of Long Beach has awarded a handful of high school students scholarships for its summer internship program in an effort to pique their interest in modern port careers. ... Read Full Article

Students building futures at Dinuba High’s Engineering and Construction Management Academy

Thursday April 12th, 2018 |
Several students at Valley high schools are getting job offers before they even graduate. They get hands-on training. ... Read Full Article

LBUSD Students Will See What Makes Grand Prix Tick

Thursday April 12th, 2018 |
Students from the Long Beach Unified School District are getting a close-up view of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach (TGPLB) tomorrow, Friday. ... Read Full Article

Building Skills Outside the Classroom With New Ways of Learning

Thursday April 5th, 2018 |
What differentiates the Mayfield Innovation Center from traditional classrooms is evident not just in the virtual reality technology, the 3-D printers or the open architecture that make the two-floor, 30,000-square-foot building seem less of a… ... Read Full Article

How More Meetings Might Be The Secret To Fixing High School

Saturday March 31st, 2018 |
The week before winter break, snow is piled up around St. Louis Park High School, a low-slung, rambling brick complex in suburban Minneapolis. And more snow is falling. ... Read Full Article

Student access to arts education growing in California, Visalia

Wednesday March 21st, 2018 |
Student access to arts education in California is growing, but the state isn’t where it needs to be, according to a recently completed project by California’s Statewide Arts Education Coalition. ... Read Full Article

Linking classroom and career creates upward mobility & a better workforce

Wednesday February 21st, 2018 |
The California economy is humming. Unemployment is at historic lows, even in many parts of the state often left behind in good times. ... Read Full Article

New partnership for youth employment and opportunity launched

Wednesday February 14th, 2018 |
The California Chamber of Commerce and the Linked Learning Alliance have launched a new California network of employer associations committed to advancing youth opportunities and reducing youth unemployment. ... Read Full Article

Holyoke High School Linked Learning Academies to Launch For Next Year

Thursday January 11th, 2018 |
Next year, Holyoke High School will be launching it’s new “Linked Learning Academies” for tenth grade students. The Academy model offers students more of a chance to study topics that interest them, as well as… ... Read Full Article