The Use of Individualized Learning Plans to Help Students to be College and Career Ready

Preparing for college and careers requires far more than simply mastering rigorous academic content. College and career exploration and planning play a critical role in engaging students through creating personalized learning opportunities and preparing them for life beyond school.  Individualized Learning Plans (ILP) are one tool that middle school and high school students can use to define their personal interests, goals, and course choices through postsecondary education and careers. Many states have adopted or are exploring policies that require the use of ILPs.

The American Youth Policy Forum, the College and Career Readiness and Success Center, and the Institute for Educational Leadership are co-hosting this webinar on the use of ILPs across the country. The Center for Workforce Development has conducted longitudinal research, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy, to assess the effectiveness of ILPs, and it implemented a demonstration project to better understand their impact on post-school outcomes. Presenters will summarize the research findings and discuss experiences implementing and scaling up the use of ILPs. They will include Dr. Joe Harris, Director, College and Career Readiness and Success Center; Dr. Scott Solberg, Associate Dean for Research, Boston University; Mindy Larson, Senior Program Associate, Center for Workforce Development at the Institute for Educational Leadership; Misti Ruthven, Postsecondary Education and Success Manager, Colorado Department of Education; and Dr. Sabrina Moore, Director, Student Intervention Services, South Carolina Department of Education. 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Wednesday, May 29, 2013 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm EDT
Hosted by
College and Career Readiness and Success (CCRS) Center
American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF)
Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL)
Event Type
Online Webinar