Find the latest announcements and launches from the Linked Learning Alliance here—plus reflections and insights about what’s happening across the field.
When schools closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many worried how students would perform on Advance Placement exams from home. At Antelope Valley's Eastside High Biomedical Science Academy, students overcame challenges with distance learning to see gains in scores.
Across the country, schools, communities, and industry are coming together to dramatically redesign learning experiences in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. In Antelope Valley, the deep and enduring partnership between industry and education that has been the foundation of Linked Learning has also paved the way for an extraordinary community response that is continuing student hands-on learning while helping protect health care professionals at the frontlines of COVID-19.
Before commencing the search for the next President of the University of California, the University of California Regents requested observations and advice to inform the search process. The Linked Learning Alliance provided this testimony at a public forum at the University of California, Los Angeles on January 14.
Rahma is a recent graduate from Kearny High School of Digital Media and Design at San Diego Unified School District.
Cindy graduated from Linked Learning Silver certified Educational Careers Academy at Fresno Unified School District’s McLane High School.
Dimitri is a graduate from Linked Learning Silver Certified Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School at Sacramento City Unified School District.
Benjamin Davis is a recent graduate from the Linked Learning Silver certified Academy of Engineering and Agriultural Manufacturing at Visalia Unified School District’s Golden West High School.