Linked Learning has helped these LAUSD students thrive
Students explain how Linked Learning works at LAUSD schools
By Mike Szymanski | February 2, 2016
California offering $250 million in career program grants
The California Department of Education is setting aside $250 million for school districts to link high school curricula to careers beyond the classroom, an initiative designed to keep students engaged in classes often consider dull and dry, while preparing them for a high-skilled job market. The 40 one-time grants bundled in the Career Pathways Trust –...
By Chase Niesner | January 22, 2014
Career-Based HS Program Getting $7.8 million to Expand
Nearly $8 million in new public and private revenue is enabling The California Center for College and Career to expand a program that links career and technical education with college preparedness. The Linked Learning District Initiative is currently providing technical assistance and coaching to high schools in LA Unified and eight other districts offering career-based learning and workplace...
By Chase Niesner | October 22, 2013