Find the latest announcements and launches from the Linked Learning Alliance here—plus reflections and insights about what’s happening across the field.
Alliance for Excellent Education Recognized as Leader in Linked Learning Movement President Bob Wise Receives 2017 Linked Learning Policymaker Champion Award
Today the Alliance for Excellent Education was recognized for its work to expand quality Linked Learning opportunities for students in California and across the nation at the Linked Learning Convention in Oakland, California.
The Linked Learning Alliance is celebrating the start of the 2017-18 school year with a list of 10 goals for districts and pathways.
The Linked Learning Alliance Nominating Committee is now accepting nominations for at-large members to serve on the Linked Learning Board of Directors, five advisory Linked Learning Councils and three subsidiary entities also known as panels.
At the Convention, we are looking to move away from the traditional lecture formats to a more participant-based education session.
For the past decade, The James Irvine Foundation has been at the forefront of prioritizing Linked Learning pathways that prepare students for career AND college.
I can’t think of a better way to kick off my first month as president of the Linked Learning Alliance than the 2018 convention.
As we launch the request for proposals for the 2019 Linked Learning Convention, I want to take a moment to dive into why we chose Palm Springs, CA for our next gathering.
Linked Learning Gold Certification is inspiring and challenging educators across California and the nation to develop high-quality career and college readiness programs for all students.
The Linked Learning Alliance invites you to join us on Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 1 p.m. PT for an informative, interactive exploration of one of the four Linked Learning pillars—integrated student supports.