As a hub for the Linked Learning movement, the Alliance offers research, stories, and tools that help people understand the impact of Linked Learning and implement this approach at high levels of quality.
This brief and its companion case studies examine the funding practices and policies of three Californiaschool districts to understand how they ensure students are connected to their sense of purpose andon the path to college and career success through times of economic hardship and prosperity.
This case study, focused on Antelope Valley Union High School District, highlights specific funding strategies highlighted in the Funding Strategies for Linked Learning Pathways study.
This case study, focused on Long Beach Unified School District, highlights the specific funding strategies referenced in the Funding Strategies for Linked Learning Pathways study.
The Linked Learning Alliance is excited to launch a new Certification Platform for high-quality Linked Learning college and career pathways pursuing Linked Learning Certification. The launch of this new platform signifies one step closer to our goal of one million young people in Gold certified pathways by 2030. With more innovative and user-friendly modules, educators can more easily collaborate, track and share data and exemplary work, and receive well-deserved validation of the rigorous academics taking place in nurturing, supportive environments that keep all students on their path to success in college, career, and life. This guide is intended to support teams within pathways going through LinkedLearning Certification.