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US Department of Education and US Congress to Visit Porterville Unified School District to See Linked Learning in Action

BERKELEY, Calif., Sept. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Today, representatives from the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Congress will visitPorterville Unified School District in Porterville, California for a firsthand look atLinked Learning, one of the most dynamic high school redesign efforts in the country. Gary Hoachlander, President of ConnectEd, the hub for Linked Learning, will […]

Linked Learning in California Draws Visit from Federal Policymakers

WASHINGTON, DC, Sept. 23, 2014  —  On Thursday, September 25, representatives from the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Congress will visit Porterville Unified School District in Porterville, California for a firsthand look atLinked Learning, one of the most dynamic high school redesign efforts in the country. Linked Learning transforms the traditional high school experience by […]

Learning Works: The Ones that Got Away: Why Completing a College Degree Is Not the Only Way to Succeed, Sept. 29, 2014

“Recent research on the California community college system has revealed that workforce training programs yield some of the highest earnings for community college students, regardless of whether those students complete a degree or college certificate. Still, most conversations about community college success are limited to whether students graduate. An exclusive focus on degree completion does […]