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Linked Learning Guidebook 2013

Linked Learning Guidebook 2013

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UCLA/IDEA LinkLearning Guidebook 2013
UCLA/IDEA LinkLearning Guidebook 2013

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Preparedby:TheInstitutefor Democracy, Education,and Access (IDEA)University of California,Los AngelesThis reportand related materials are available at www.ucla-idea.org©University of California, Los Angeles’ Institute forDemocracy, Education, andAccess,2013Made possible by a grantfromTheJames IrvineFoundation.Citation: Saunders, M., Hamilton,E., Fanelli, S.,Moya, J., &Cain,E. (2013).
Linked Le arning : Aguide to makin high sc ool wor 
. Los Angeles, CA:UCLA’s Institute forDemocracy,Education, and Access.
 
The authors would like to thank the many people who made this studypossible. We would like to thank the students, parents, teachers, com-munity partners, and support sta o the ten study sites who gave sograciously o their time to share their experiences and insights with us.We would especially like to thank the principals and lead teachers whoassisted in the coordination o site visits and were always available toanswer emails, prepare documents, and provide valuable suggestions,comments, and eedback throughout the process. Thank you to AnnieJohnston, Cheryl Hibbeln, Laura Belloatto, Susan Fisher, John Forbes,Felipe Velez, Paula Hanzel, Mattie Adams, Eric Rice, Preston Thomas,Eve Gordon, Greg Cluster, and Marsha Rybin.In addition to the participating study sites, we would like to thankAnne Stanton, The James Irvine Foundation, ConnectEd: The CaliorniaCenter or College and Career, and Caliornia researchers and advocateswho continue to shape, guide, and support the growing feld o LinkedLearning.At UCLA IDEA, we would like to thank the many graduate studentresearchers who provided extraordinary research assistance and sharedbrilliant insights. In particular, we would like to acknowledge memberso the research team who assisted in the design o the study, and siteselection, traveled the state to visit schools, coded and analyzed data,and wrote thorough case reports that orm the basis o the guidebook.We would also like to thank Cristal Byrne, Jen Craword, Cliord Lee,and Ana Lopez who assisted in coding mountains o data, data analy-sis, and report conceptualization. We thank Martin Lipton or his majorcontributions to the study and or his editorial support and wisdom,Claudia Bustamante or her editorial expertise, and Nery Orellana or thevisual design and layout o this report. John Rogers, Nickie Fung, JaredPlanas, and Carolyn Castelli provided the daily support that made thisresearch possible.A special thank you to Jeannie Oakes who was sorely missed through-out the research process but who serves as a guiding orce and whosebody o work on detracking and equity anchors our work every step othe way.While many individuals assisted in the development o this report, theauthors are solely responsible or any errors.
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