Find the latest announcements and launches from the Linked Learning Alliance here—plus reflections and insights about what’s happening across the field.
The Linked Learning Alliance is thrilled to announce the first-ever Linked Learning Students of the Year. We established this brand-new award to recognize civic excellence, honoring high school seniors who have made meaningful contributions to their community through their Linked Learning pathway experience.
The Linked Learning Alliance today announces the appointment of Spencer Sherman as Vice President of Partnerships and Innovation, Dr. Ana Tilton as Vice President of Operations, and Letitia Dowling as Director of Operations. These additions to the Alliance team expand the organization's expertise and capacity to accelerate young people toward self-determined futures through high-quality Linked Learning educational pathways.
Last week, Los Angeles Unified School District’s Hollenbeck Middle School became the first in the nation to achieve Linked Learning Middle School Certification. Educators, families, students, industry partners, and district leaders gathered to honor this momentous accomplishment.
The need for highly skilled computer science, cybersecurity, and information technology professionals is on the rise. Linked Learning pathways across California are preparing their students to take on these roles with high-quality, hands-on learning in the computer science and IT field.
Happy Friday! This week, we’re reading about the continued resurgence of career-technical education programs, the need to increase funding for Black students in California, a new network for teacher apprenticeships, and more. Enjoy your weekend, and thank you for reading with us!