"In Long Beach, we've been very involved in high school reform, but Linked Learning has ratcheted it up ten-fold. On behalf of my kids, my families, and my community, I can' thank ConnectEd enough for what you're helping us do."
Long Beach Unified School District
Is your district interested in transforming the high school experience to better serve all your students and your community?
Linked Learning is a powerful approach to system-wide transformation. We will work with your district, site and classroom leaders to assess where you are, then co-design a system of Linked Learning pathways that will help prepare your students for college, career, community and life. Linked Learning combines four components; rigorous academics, career and technical education, work-based learning, and student supports.
If you’d like to learn more about what Linked Learning looks like, take a look at this video featuring Health Professions High School. If you like what you see, consider joining us for an interactive Experiential Site Visit.
Compared with their peers, students participating in certified Linked Learning pathways
earn more credits over four years of high school
are less likely to drop out of high school and more likely to graduate
report greater confidence in their life and career skills.
Other resources and publications to help you envision what Linked Learning can do for your district are available here. We developed these resources in collaboration with other leaders in the Linked Learning field.