A new report focuses in on how districts implementing California’s Linked Learning initiative can ensure they are providing equitable access by integrating student supports. The report, Equitable Access by Design provides a conceptual framework for designing and implementing integrated student supports within Linked Learning pathways. The report notes that making good on this equity imperative requires integrated supports that “meet all students where they are, scaffold their engagement with a standards-based curriculum, and address their learning and personal youth development needs.” For more on Linked Learning click here. Read the report here.
New report on Linked Learning Pathways