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Pathways for Equity A Linked Learning Approach . Dr. Elle Rustique, Senior Associate Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education Stanford University Patrick Bohman , Learning Support Services Coordinator School of Engineering and Sciences

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pathways for equity a linked learning approach

Pathways for EquityA Linked Learning Approach

Dr. Elle Rustique, Senior Associate

Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education

Stanford University

Patrick Bohman, Learning Support Services Coordinator

School of Engineering and Sciences

Sacramento City Unified School District

San Jose/Silicon Valley 2020 Conference

Santa Clara County Office of Education

September 25, 2013

pathways for equity september 25 2013 10 00 11 00 a m workshop agenda

Pathways for EquitySeptember 25, 2013, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Workshop Agenda

  • 10:00 Workshop introduction, goals and agenda
  • 10:05 What is Linked Learning? What is a pathway?
  • Video followed by self-reflection/pair share
  • 10:25 California’s District Initiative:
      • Sacramento City Unified School District
      • Health Professions Academy
  • 10:40 Connecting back to Driver Questions, Q&A Small group discussion
  • 10:55Close, further resources, evaluations
what is linked learning

A high school approach that connects academic instruction with technical and career preparation:

    • Integrated instruction
    • Real world application
    • Work based-learning
  • An attempt to bring coherence to the high school experience and relevance to student learning
  • Work based-learning
  • Business/industry partnerships
  • Community engagement

Whatis Linked Learning?

arthur a benjamin health professions high school

Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School

  • Opened in 2005
  • 391 Students (30% African American, 42% Latino; 16% White; 7% Asian)
  • Decrease in dropout rate from 15.9% in 2008-09 to 11.1% in 2010-11
overcoming barriers

Overcoming Barriers

  • Early exposure and access to the world of work
  • Learning more relevant, connected, and applicable to real world
  • More individualized support
  • Integrated instruction and project-based learning
  • Teacher collaboration
lessons from scope s cross case study of linked learning in pasadena porterville sacramento

Lessons from SCOPE’S Cross Case Study of Linked Learning inPasadena, Porterville, Sacramento

  • Lesson One — Less is More: Make Reforms Coherent
  • Lesson Two: Distribute Leadership: Lead and Let Others Lead
  • Lesson Three — Plan for Success: Begin with the End in Mind
  • Lesson Four — Communicate: Spread the News Early and Often
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Driver 2: Personalization and Pathways for Student Success (Question 1)

  • How do coherent pathways impact our global economy?
  • How do we provide pathways for all children regardless of their background and socioeconomic status?
  • How do we provide all children with deep math and science content knowledge, as Singapore has included in its pathways?
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Preparing 21st Century Citizens: The Role of Work-Based Learning in Linked Learning

AUGUST 30, 2013

This brief describes how Linked Learning schools can create education programs blending real-world problems with skills to succeed in college and the workforce. 

The Linked Learning Advantage: Using Linked Learning to Implement the Common Core State Standards

AUGUST 8, 2013

This brief looks at the ways in which Linked Learning both connects with and can facilitate the implementation of the Common Core State Standards.

Linked Learning in California: High School Transformation In Three Districts

JUNE 25, 2013

This cross-case analysis draws upon case studies that examine how the California Linked Learning District Initiative has played out in the Pasadena, Porterville, and Sacramento City Unified School Districts.

for more information about linked learning connected and sacramento s

For more information about Linked Learning, ConnectEd, and Sacramento’s

Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE): http://edpolicy.stanford.edu/

Sacramento City Unified School District: http://www.scusd.edu/general-information/linked-learning

Health Professions High School:

http://www.hphsjaguars.com/

ConnectEd: http://www.connectedcalifornia.org/linked_learning