Find the latest announcements and launches from the Linked Learning Alliance here—plus reflections and insights about what’s happening across the field.
Partnership for Children and Youth’s new report, 2021 Bright Spot: How California educators uplifted summer for re-engagement, reconnection, and reimagining learning, provides the landscape of the state’s 2021 publicly funded summer learning programs, including the trends, best practices, challenges, and innovative ideas.
Linked Learning pathways, regardless of industry theme, are preparing young people to succeed in the workforce. Even as COVID-19 begins to recede in some of our communities, it is clear that the healthcare industry is still growing and seeking highly skilled workers that represent the communities they serve. Linked Learning is preparing young people to step into these roles, in part thanks to the example set by the Oakland Health Pathways Project.
I’ll cut to the chase: we have the incredible opportunity to bring Linked Learning to a national audience, and we need your help!
New Alliance for Excellent Education Guide for Leveraging COVID-19 Funding for Evidence-Based Strategies
The Alliance for Excellent Education, in partnership with the College in High School Alliance, Everyone Graduates Center, Linked Learning Alliance, and National College Attainment Network, has released a new guide that walks through available COVID-19 funding and how districts can invest these funds in evidence-based strategies.
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.
New research points to critical strategies and solutions for fostering diversity and equity for the next generation of healthcare leaders through Linked Learning
Press Release: Congress Leaves Students Logged Off Of Online Learning Opportunities in California and Beyond
Press Release: New Linked Learning Report Focuses on Positive Impact of Linked Learning for Traditionally Underserved Student Populations
The Linked Learning Alliance today announced the release of a new report, Access & Equity in Linked Learning, that evaluates the impact of Linked Learning on traditionally underserved student populations: students with low prior achievement, English learner students, African American students, Latino students, and female students.