We Are the Connected Learning Alliance
We are educators, researchers and technology makers. We believe that all young people deserve engaging learning and a vibrant future. We harness the power of technology to help make this happen. Will you join us?
Coding as the New Latin? Can Code Clubs Provide a New Pathway for Low-Income Children and Help Close the Digital Divide?
It’s the new Latin isn’t it? It’s like, if you couldn’t read or write ...
How Occupational Equity Programs Are Accelerating Impact During the Pandemic – Youth Media, Online Networks, and P2P Mobilization
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown persistent problems of occupational equity and ...
“When I was little I saw my grandmother using a sewing machine and I thought ...
Teens’ Technology Use and Mental Health: New Report Provides Insight Into Youth Connections for Wellbeing
Fears abound about how social media, smartphones, and digital games are leading ...
“Black boys are losing their lives, but black girls…we’re losing our minds” — Youth Mobilizing Social Media for Healing in the Black Lives Matter Movement
These days, it seems impossible to escape the crushing psychological weight of ...
New report examining the relationship between teens' technology use and mental health released
New report expands and revises key elements of the connected learning framework and the 2013 connected learning report
This report synthesizes research and programs centered on youth occupational identity—their vision of their future selves in the workforce, what they like to do, what they believe they are skilled at, and where they feel they belong.
New Book Explores How Online Affinity Networks Expand Learning and Opportunity for Youth.
New Book Examines How the Digital and Social-Media Lives of Low-Income Youth, Especially Youth of Color, Have Evolved Amidst Rapid Social and Technological Change.