Find the latest announcements and launches from the Linked Learning Alliance here—plus reflections and insights about what’s happening across the field.
News, resources, and events from the Linked Learning Alliance and our partners
Last week, Governor Newsom signed AB 132, the Higher Education budget bill dubbed the California Comeback Plan. We take a deeper dive into the bill in today's policy blog.
Today, we take a look at the May Revise to the California State Budget. We also share a special message from California policymakers past and present celebrating the incredible work of the Linked Learning field this year.
It's been a busy few weeks at the Linked Learning Alliance! Check out upcoming events and new resources from the Alliance and our partners.
In honor of Earth Day, the Linked Learning Alliance sat down with environmentally focused pathways from across the Linked Learning movement to hear how the next generation is being prepared to lead the movement for climate justice.
In honor of Arts Education Month, the Linked Learning Alliance sat down with arts pathway from across the Linked Learning movement to learn how they're keeping students connected during COVID-19.
Three opportunities for Linked Learning students and pathways to be recognized for their achievements.
Welcome to What We're Reading! Each week, the Alliance will be highlighting news and articles we think will resonate with the Linked Learning field. This week, we recommend a moving piece from the New York Times on teaching in the pandemic, coverage of the FAFSA application dip, as well as a few pieces of good news.
The Linked Learning Alliance is excited to share that Yes, AND!, a panel on the power of plus for young people, has advanced to the panel picker stage of the South by Southwest EDU (SXSW EDU) conference.
Antelope Valley Spotlight: Gold Certified Biomedical Pathway sees record high Advanced Placement scores
When schools closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many worried how students would perform on Advance Placement exams from home. At Antelope Valley's Eastside High Biomedical Science Academy, students overcame challenges with distance learning to see gains in scores.