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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.

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September 2019 | Linked Learning Alliance

Gold certification is the highest standard for college and career preparation, based on evidence of excellence in integrating the core components of Linked Learning. These standards were piloted in 2017–19 and enhanced through field inputs in 2019 to better emphasize pathway instruction, curriculum, and assessment.

Communications, Certification, Equity, Going for Gold

September 2019

Gold certification is the highest standard for college and career preparation, based on evidence of excellence in integrating the core components of Linked Learning. These standards were piloted in 2017–19 and enhanced through field inputs in 2019 to better emphasize pathway instruction, curriculum, and assessment.

Communications, Certification, Equity, Going for Gold

September 2019 | Linked Learning Alliance

This overview document provides a snapshot of the Linked Learning Gold Certification standards.

Communications, Certification, Going for Gold

This overview presentation provides a general introduction to Linked Learning. It includes speaker notes.

Linked Learning Alliance president Anne Stanton facilitates a panel discussion with Jorge Ruiz de Velasco, Deputy Director of the John Gardner Center at Stanford University, Marisa Saunders, Senior Research Associate at UCLA/IDEA, and Liz Guillen, Public Advocates' Director of Legislative and Community Affairs.

Communications, Student Supports

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January 2019 | Linked Learning Alliance

This report summarizes highlights from the 2017–2018 fiscal year.

Communications, General

October 2017 | Linked Learning Alliance

This report summarizes highlights from the 2016–2017 fiscal year.

Communications, General

November 2016 | Linked Learning Alliance

This report summarizes highlights from the 2015–2016 fiscal year.

Communications, General