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Study: Linked Learning valuable in transition

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Study: Linked Learning valuable in transition

At a time when stakeholders are emphasizing that a competitive U.S. workforce will require postsecondary education, some high schools have adopted programs that use Linked Learning with a career pathway to prepare students for the transition to higher education and employment. An Alliance for Excellent Education report released on Oct. 9 reviews research and policy on linked learning in California. According to Beyond High School: Efforts to Improve Postsecondary Transitions Through Linked Learning, the programs rely on four principles: a rigorous academic core curriculum, technical skills, work-based learning, and personalized student support. More than 20,000 California high school students are in Linked Learning programs.
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