Demonstrator 5. ILP
Schools containing grades 6-12 implement the ILP as an effective tool for career planning and continue using the tool to track a student's progress throughout thier secondary school experience. .
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a.) ILP development for all students begins in 6th grade and continues throughout middle and high school, with input from students, teachers, and parents. A process is in place to ensure that parents have received access information for the ILP.
b.) Students and teachers use formative and summative assessment data, including benchmark performance from K-PREP and EPAS, to construct, revise, and update the ILP.
c.) All students have regular access to advising (guidance counselors and teacher) using the ILP as a common tool for planning, tracking, and a formalized plan is in place to communicate progress toward each students' individual educational and career goals.
d.) At the high school level, all students receive counseling on the 14 Career Clusters, choose a minimum of four courses related to their Career Major and the students note their progress in their ILP's.