Find the latest announcements and launches from the Linked Learning Alliance here—plus reflections and insights about what’s happening across the field.
Dimitri is a graduate from Linked Learning Silver Certified Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School at Sacramento City Unified School District.
Corina recently graduated from the Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology pathway (ESET) at Los Angeles Unified School District’s Carson High School.
Benjamin Davis is a recent graduate from the Linked Learning Silver certified Academy of Engineering and Agriultural Manufacturing at Visalia Unified School District’s Golden West High School.
The Linked Learning Alliance has awarded its annual scholarship awards to five deserving high school seniors graduating from eligible Linked Learning pathways.
Employers now have a new way of finding out whether students have met industry standards to succeed in both college and career.
Students in select, certified Linked Learning pathways can soon benefit from industry digital badges that signify their achievements and grant them special advantages such as internships and financial support from partnering employers, the Linked Learning Alliance announced today.
The Linked Learning Champion awards recognize individuals or organizations that have demonstrated extraordinary commitment, leadership, and success in implementing and expanding quality Linked Learning opportunities for students.
Stanton, who will start in the new role in mid-January, is highly regarded as a pivotal leader in the Linked Learning field, and a founding member of the Alliance.