For a comprehensive list of Linked Learning pathways, click here. Additionally, you may search for pathways in the map included below. The map will eventually be updated to include pathways outside of California.
Already, the approach has transformed the lives of thousands of students. Research shows that Linked Learning certified pathway students are less likely to drop out and more likely to graduate than similar students in traditional high school programs. Also, students coming into Linked Learning with low achievement scores demonstrate greater academic success than similar students enrolled in traditional high schools.
Delivery Models of Linked Learning
- NAF academies can take the form of small learning communities within larger schools or as stand-alone public high schools. NAF currently has academies in 21 of the 25 largest school districts in the United States.
- California Partnership Academies are organized around one of California’s 15 major industry sectors, and another approximately 300 career academies are in operation.
- Regional Occupation Centers and Programs (ROCPs) play an important part in many of these academies. In many other high schools, ROCPs are experimenting with innovative approaches to integrate academic and technical education.