Legislation

The Linked Learning Alliance works with leaders to increase college and career readiness for all students in California by supporting policies that advance Linked Learning opportunities for students.

The following list of bills under consideration by the California legislature have potential to impact Linked Learning.

Click here to jump to the State Law section for a full list of chaptered bills relevant to Linked Learning listed by year.


AB 1240 (Weber): Broaden the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) “pupil achievement” priority to include students completing both the A-G course sequence required for admission to UC and CSU and a course sequence in a Career Technical Education (CTE) pathway

This bill would encourage the reporting of students who have successfully completed both college preparatory and CTE coursework, giving districts that have implemented college and career pathways an opportunity to recognize students’ completion of an integrated course of study in the LCAP. This bill aligns LCAP reporting with a stated goal of the California public education system – to prepare students for college and career.

Approved by Assembly Appropriations Committee April 24, 2019