On May 12, 2010, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell released a report and recommendations about expanding a high school transformation approach that links rigorous academic course work, career technical training, work-based learning opportunities and greater student supports. The approach, originally known as Multiple Pathways, is now referred to as Linked Learning.
CAROCP’s Executive Director, Randi Scott, created a survey to capture the initial responses from ROCP superintendents and directors.
In July, these responses were organized into a draft format by Randi Scott and Irene Fujii, CAROCP President, and a committee was formed to write the official CAROCP Response to the Multiple Pathways to Student Success Report.
Individually, the committee members responded to segments of the report and collectively they completed the Response to the Multiple Pathways Report. At the CAROCP Board meeting held in Sacramento on September 23, 2010, the draft report was reviewed by the committee and approved by the Board.
SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL WHO HELPED COMPLETE THIS PROJECT:
Committee members included Kit Alvarez, Rick Bogart, Stephanie Houston, Gil Montano, Steve Pinning, Randi Scott, Kim Thomason, Valerie Vuicich, Michael Worley, Cindy Young, and was chaired by Darlene Le Fort.