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Porterville Unified School District’s Linked Learning education has caught the attention of Washington, D.C.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia Lists Universal Preschool, Increased Internships Among Education Priorities
Providing universal preschool and doubling the number of student internships are important parts of Long Beach’s education and economic future, Mayor Robert Garcia said Friday in his first policy address since his inauguration.
Network releases best practices from eight states offering new pathways to a career-specific degree.
Butte College and the Butte-Glenn Career Pathways Consortium have landed a $5.8 million grant that college officials hope to use to keep students in school and destined toward college and high-demand local jobs.
In a first-of-its-kind effort, the Montebello Unified School District, in partnership with East Los Angeles College, has been awarded a $6 million grant to coordinate regional resources to develop educational pipelines in high-skilled industries that will allow students to excel, while boosting the regional economy.
On Friday, educators of Tulare and Kings counties were pleased to learn they were selected in a competitive application process to receive $15 million in funds from the California Career Pathways Trust.
California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson has announced an award of close to $15 million to the Tulare/Kings County Consortium from the California Career Pathways Trust (CPT) fund .
The California Career Pathways Trust awarded a grant to the Tulare-Kings Pathways Project on Friday that could be worth up to $15 million, said Robert Herman, spokesman for the Tulare County Office of Education.
Long Beach City College will receive a grant of up to $15 million—its largest ever—for programs that link academics to high-growth job sectors.