Find the latest announcements and launches from the Linked Learning Alliance here—plus reflections and insights about what’s happening across the field.
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.
Check one more thing off your to do list before the Thanksgiving break: submit a session idea for Our Golden Opportunity: Creating Coherence in College & Career Readiness! Multiple proposals may be submitted, though the Linked Learning Alliance will seek to highlight a variety of voices from across the education and workforce sectors. Be sure to submit by Monday, November 21, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. PT.
Cindy Bater sat down with Joe Carpenter, an engineer for TRW/Northrop Grumman turned Long Beach Unified Linked Learning educator, to learn more about his experiences teaching in a Linked Learning pathway, what drew him to innovative college and career learning, and what advice he has for others seeking a similar experience.
As part of the Linked Learning Alliance’s Counselor Network, Los Angeles and Long Beach Unified School District counselors shared resources and best practices for supporting students.
On Wednesday, October 12th, the Linked Learning Alliance brought together educators, school and district leaders, and alumni to share experiences, tips, and best practices on how to get started with Linked Learning.
The Linked Learning Alliance is pleased to announce the opening of the call for proposals and early bird registration for the 2023 Linked Learning Conference, “Our Golden Opportunity: Creating Coherence in College and Career Readiness.”
When educators and employers work together, they transform communities by building the talent pipeline required for economic prosperity. We are poised to make those changes at scale and bring it to life as never before if we act wisely and collectively with our state’s $500 million investment in the Golden State Pathways program, writes Loren Kaye.