The school year's almost over for California's students. For kids in some 60 districts across the state, it'll mean goodbye to traditional classes. Next fall, these students will be part of a new approach to education called Linked Learning. Some state lawmakers are endorsing the strategy as a way to help students not only graduate, but do so ready for college and careers. Reporter: Charla Bear
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