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One of California’s competitive advantages has been a skilled workforce for many growing industries. In a sea of high costs, our well-trained college graduates have stoked the growth of companies in many basic and cutting edge industries.
High school students in Linked Learning programs are more likely to earn a diploma and are better prepared for college and careers, a new independent evaluation of programs in nine California school districts found.
When college is just another option and teachers focus on skills-based learning, students see clear futures and the city sees real progress.
A career academy high school puts 21st century skills to the test with on-the-job training.
Thursday’s Pathway to Pipeline event allowed high school students from the nine Linked Learning academies in Antioch to share what they’re learning with local employers.
A new national education think tank—the Learning Policy Institute—is being announced today.
CCASN is proud to announce the appointment of our new Executive Director, Theresa McEwen.
A Sacramento public high school blends work-based learning, medical science, and academics for a new generation of vocational education.
Ana Sical, 25, once thought she was destined for a full-time job at the Jack in the Box fast food restaurant where she worked for three years alongside her mom, dad, aunts and uncles.