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Student-Centered Learning: Dozier-Libbey Medical High School
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Student-Centered Learning: Life Academy of Health and Bioscience
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Professional Learning for Linked Learning Series – The District Office as a Site for Work-Based Learning
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Preparing 21st Century Citizens: The Role of Work-Based Learning in Linked Learning
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Design Thinking: A Process for Developing and Implementing Long Lasting District Reform
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Distributive Leadership in District Reform: A Model for Taking Linked Learning to Scale
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The Linked Learning Advantage – Using Linked Learning to Implement the Common Core State Standards
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Linked Learning in Porterville: Creating Capacity for Innovation and Change through Collaborative Leadership and Community Engagement
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Diversity, equity, and inclusion are core to ConnectED’s work with communities. We do this work in parallel with an internal commitment to better understand how our own biases and privilege influence our services. This commitment is reflected in our mission to transform public education so that all students, especially those furthest from opportunity, are prepared to succeed in college, career, and life.
To deepen our commitment, ConnectED developed a comprehensive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commitment to Action. We believe this Commitment will help improve internal and external actions that will drive better outcomes for students and communities.
Visit the Learn section of our site to view our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commitment to Action.