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 action planning template is interned to be used after completing the Pathway Self-Study Tool. This template will help you synthesize, prioritize, and agree on key next steps to improve your pathway.
Pathway Improvement, Career-Technical Education, Certification, Equity, Outcomes, Rigorous Academics, Student Supports, Workforce Development, Work-Based Learning, Getting Started, Steps to Silver, Going for Gold, Continuous Improvement
Prepare your district with a framework of the systems and capacities essential to the Linked Learning approach, plus a roadmap for getting there.
In this Getting Started with Linked Learning guide for school districts, you’ll find information and resources to help you lay the groundwork for change, develop a robust plan for action, build capacity, implement the plan, continuously improve, and sustain momentum—no matter your starting point.
Establish or strengthen a pathway at your school that is guided by the standards that define Linked Learning at its most effective.
In this Getting Started with Linked Learning guide for pathways, you’ll find information and resources to build alignment and leadership, then develop and integrate a rigorous program of study, work-based learning, and student supports—for a powerful student experience that connects learning to purpose.
This pre-apprenticeship framework outlines strategies and promising practices for developing high-quality programs that serve opportunity youth participants.
Curriculum & Instruction, Career-Technical Education, College & Career Readiness, Partnerships, Student Supports, Workforce Development, Work-Based Learning, Getting Started, Steps to Silver, Going for Gold, Continuous Improvement
This playbook was developed by the Clayton Christensen Institute to help K–12 and postsecondary leadership and nonprofits that work with those institutions implement and adapt strategies, tools, and metrics that build and strengthen their students’ networks. Students’ networks help support their well-being and can expand their postsecondary and career options.
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.