The Kentucky Department of Education has released the Individual Learning Plan Playbooks, which offer recommendations for chronological themes and lessons for career exploration and social and emotional development to teach at each grade level in grades 5-8 and 9-12.
Damien Sweeney, program coordinator for comprehensive school counseling from the Office of Career and Technical Education and Student Transition, provides insight on the new minimum high school graduation requirements and how it will affect incoming high school freshmen.
The new ILP gives school districts more autonomy over the development and use of the plans. Schools and districts will have the flexibility to create an innovative program that engages and excites students.
The Kentucky Department of Education is offering a series of 12 in-person training sessions on the Kentucky Individual Learning Plan (ILP), a student career tool intended to help students search for career options, locate scholarship opportunities, explore the employability outlooks, compare colleges and more. The hands-on, interactive sessions are designed to inform teachers, counselors, advisers, administrative staff and designated school [...]
Individual Learning Plan (ILP) trainings are being offered throughout the month of September and early October 2014. The ILP is designed to help students with career and education exploration activities, set career and life goals, research scholarships, build resumes and much more. The ILP is a powerful tool for helping students reach college and career readiness goals. District and school [...]
There will be a special training for middle and high school administrators on the Individual Learning Plan (ILP) on March 14 in Lexington and on March 26 in Paducah. Administrators are strongly encouraged to attend this training to learn how the use of the ILP can help all students become college- and career-ready. Attendees will learn how the ILP can [...]
ILP hits a milestone with this year’s graduating class.
College and career readiness event looks to be bigger and better in second year.
Event gives high school seniors important college connections.
Week-long event in March will focus on 8th, 10th graders and their strengths and interests.