Find the latest announcements and launches from the Linked Learning Alliance here—plus reflections and insights about what’s happening across the field.
Happy Friday! This week, we’re reading about how Oakland USD is tackling recruiting and retaining high-quality educators, coverage of the AccelerateED program, the resurgence of high school apprenticeships, and more. Have a great weekend!
Save the date for the 2023 Linked Learning Conference on February 14-17 in San Diego, CA
Happy Friday, Linked Learning! This week, we’re excited to see the fantastic work taking place in Eastside High Schools’ biomedical Science Academy, a Gold Certified Linked Learning pathway, be featured in Antelope Valley Press. We’re also reading stories on the impact COVID-19 has had on Latinx student success, the state and federal funding for community schools, California’s commitment to apprenticeships, and more. As always, thanks for reading with us!
The Linked Learning Alliance is hiring a Communications Intern for the Fall 2022 semester!
On June 30, Governor Newsom signed the 2022–2023 state budget, which includes a $700 million investment in Golden State Pathways and dual enrollment. These funds will dramatically increase the number of young people who have access to genuine, effective college and career opportunities—and bring about new education and workforce equity for generations.
Happy Friday, Linked Learning Field! As we come off a shorter week, we continue to reflect on the excitement of the State Budget news, as well as an op-ed discussing the importance of Linked Learning! We also want to share stories focusing on college and career readiness, mental health support, getting back to school after Covid, and more. Have a great weekend and, as always, thank you for reading with us.
Happy Friday, Linked Learning Field! As we move into the long July 4th weekend, we are excited to share that Gov. Newsom’s 2022-23 State Budget granted $500 million dollars for the Golden State Pathways program. We also reflect on stories covering youth mental health support, racial equity in the classroom, workforce development, and more. Enjoy your long weekend, and thanks for reading with us!
Hello Linked Learning Field! As we head into the summer, we have much to reflect on and be grateful for from this past school year. In this month’s newsletter, we are excited to share the results from our 2022 Linked Learning Youth Survey, our participation in the AccelerateED initiative, several thought leadership pieces highlighting the value of college and career pathways, and more!
We recognize this was a difficult news week for many, with Supreme Court decisions impacting issues important to the field of education and our communities. Today, we reflect on stories covering the transitions from middle to high school, then college and career. We also read about the teacher pipeline, career-technical education, and college pathways. Have a restful weekend and, as always, thank you for reading with us.