Miyamura High School in Gallup New Mexico is working with John Hopkins University, the Department of Education in New Mexico, and ConnectED to create a High School Redesign model. After researching many options, they are most interested in the opportunities and design of Linked Learning. The redesign work is already underway, and staff has participated in the Power of Pathways and Partnerships Conference; ConnectED staff has done an initial orientation with staff; and provided a two-day summer institute to support the development of interdisciplinary project-based units for the initial grade-level team of teachers. ConnectED is currently providing the follow-up training and feedback for existing pilot team of teachers and prepares the next group of teachers for participation in the 2020-2021 school year.

Gallup

Miyamura High School in Gallup New Mexico is working with John Hopkins University, the Department of Education in New Mexico, and ConnectED to create a High School Redesign model. After researching many options, they are most interested in the opportunities and design of Linked Learning. The redesign work is already underway, and staff has participated […]

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Portland

In January 2019, ConnectED began partnering with Portland Schools to develop and implement a master plan for career and technical education (CTE), one that would make CTE and integral part of high school redesign aiming to prepare all students for lasting success in college, career, and civic life. The first year of the partnership focuses […]

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Detroit

Since 2014, ConnectED has partnered with the United Way of Southeastern Michigan to support college and career pathways in Detroit.  The partnership has focused on the development of a cohort of pathways within Detroit Community Public Schools (DCPS), building site-based team’s capacity to develop and sustain high quality pathways. ConnectED has provided support through professional […]

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San Diego County

College and Career pathways have been part of the San Diego county educational landscape for almost twenty years. Leveraging the Small Learning Community (SLC) grants it received in the early 2000s, San Diego Unified expanded this work to include college and career pathways. The district is home to two of the first certified Linked Learning […]

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Pasadena

Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) was one of the nine participating districts in the Linked Learning District Initiative. PUSD has implemented Linked Learning pathways—called College and Career Academies—in all four of their high schools, as well as two alternative education sites (currently, 50% of all high school students are enrolled in a pathway). Since the […]

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Porterville

The roots of Linked Learning started in Porterville when the district opened Harmony Magnet Academy in 2008. Since that time, the Porterville Unified School District (PUSD) has expanded pathways to all of its high schools, and is now seeking ways to introduce Linked Learning into its middle and elementary schools as well. The district, which […]

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Oakland

Oakland Unified School District (OUSD), one of the original participants in the Linked Learning District Initiative, is in the process of implementing pathways at each of the district’s high schools. This is in large part supported through a ground-breaking local initiative, Measure N, a parcel tax which Oakland voters approved in 2014 that provides nearly […]

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Los Angeles

Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) was one of the original nine participating districts in the Linked Learning District Initiative. Since that time, the district has expanded its Linked Learning pathways, adding a new cohort of schools each year (there are now 72 pathways in the district). ConnectED has partnered with LAUSD since the beginning […]

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Long Beach

Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) has long been recognized as one of the nation’s leading urban school districts (it was awarded the Broad Prize in 2017). It also is one of the leading districts in terms of Linked Learning implementation with “wall-to-wall” pathways, meaning that every high school student in the district is enrolled […]

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Fresno

Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) has been a ConnectED partner since 2013. Fresno’s College and Career Readiness office has worked closely with ConnectED’s Learning and Teaching team to build systems and structures to implement, and to provide ongoing support to over 20 Pathways across 8 high schools. These Pathways span such industries as health sciences, […]

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