Find the latest announcements and launches from the Linked Learning Alliance here—plus reflections and insights about what’s happening across the field.
Join the 2021-22 Linked Learning Counselors Network, launching on Tuesday November 2nd.
As data continues to emerge around high school graduation and college enrollment trends amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that young people are facing unprecedented challenges when it comes to postsecondary transitions. With this urgent landscape top of mind, Strada Education Network, Baltimore City Public Schools, and the Linked Learning Alliance came together at the National College Attainment Network’s 2021 Rebuilding for Postsecondary Equity Conference to discuss possible paths forward.
On October 6, 2021, Capitol Advisors and the California Department of Education joined the Linked Learning Alliance for a robust conversation with the field on the historic K-12 California budget.
The Linked Learning Alliance is launching a new network, the Linked Learning Certification Support Network!
The Linked Learning Middle School Network brings together middle school educators in Linked Learning districts to expand and deepen college and career learning opportunities for their students. We are excited to launch the 2021-22 network, beginning in October.
Whether you want to learn more about the Linked Learning approach, design a Linked Learning pathway, or re-engage in your certification journey, Linked Learning 101 is right for you!
On June 22, Roneeta Guha, Vice President of Strategy & Impact, joined Bob Balfanz and Jenny Nagaoka to discuss how to keep young people connected to educational aspirations as communities recover from COVID-19.
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.
The Linked Learning Alliance has set a goal: 1 million students in Linked Learning certified pathways by 2030. This goal reflects the critical role certification plays in the Linked Learning movement. When pathways begin their certification journey, they underscore the revolutionary change taking place in their high school, and schools around the country. Scaling Linked Learning through certification shows how real, relevant opportunities to explore industry through work-based learning, authentic assessment, and integrated curricula in a supportive academic environment can change the trajectory of a young person’s future.