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Student Success Plan Connecticut State Department of Education March 1, 2010. Purpose of the Student Success Plan. Prepares students for postsecondary education, life, and careers competition in a dynamic global economy Provides stu dents

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purpose of the student success plan
Purpose of the Student Success Plan

Prepares students for

  • postsecondary education, life, and careers
  • competition in a dynamic global economy

Provides students

  • opportunity to design their own future with the support of critical adults and innovative school policies
  • opportunity to know and understand self in a positive learning environment
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what is the student success plan key to student engagement
What is the Student Success Plan?Key to student engagement
  • An individualized flexible student-driven plan;
  • Helps every student stay connected in school;
  • Helps students achieve post-secondary education and career goals;
  • Begins in the 6th grade and continues through high school and beyond;
  • Establishes an adult support team which may include: teachers, counselors, school psychologists, social workers and parents/guardians;
  • Provides student support in setting goals for personal and academic growth;
  • Explores education, interests, and career paths;
  • Provides a vehicle for integration and demonstration of 21st century skill;and,
  • Utilizes an electronic system for efficiency and portability.
3 core components of ssp
l. Academic Development

ll. Career Development

lll. Social, Emotional & Physical Development

3 Core Components of SSP
3 ssp components i academic development
Specific Model Criteria

Rigorous Courses Linked to Interests, Skills & Career Pathways

Courses For The Attainment of Education &/or Career Goals

Successful Completion of Portfolio/Capstone Project

Support & Assessment of Student Progress With Mentor/Advisor

Timely Intervention & Student Support

Other Recommended Elements

1. Learning Experiences Outside of The Classroom

3 SSP Components:I. Academic Development
3 ssp components il career development
Specific Model Criteria

Interest and Ability Inventories

Career Exploration and Interest/Career Courses

Post Secondary Education and Career Pathway Development

Other Recommended Elements

Experiential Learning (i.e., Work-based learning, community service, capstone project)

3 SSP Components:Il. Career Development
3 ssp components social emotional physical development
Why Social, Emotional & Physical Development as a Core Component of the SSP?

Specific Model Criteria

Self-Regulation and Resiliency

Positive Peer Relationships

Broadened Awareness of Self Within A Global Context

Healthy and Safe Life Skills/Choices

Other Recommended Elements

1. Identification Of School & Community Resources

3 SSP Components:Social, Emotional & Physical Development
key points
Key Points

Student Success Plans:

  • Support Secondary School Reform;
  • Help students achieve post-secondary education and career goals;
  • Facilitate student engagement;
  • Reflect input from the student, teachers, parents/guardians, mentors, and all Support Staff (counselors, school psychologists, social workers, school nurse, and others as appropriate);
  • Provide student goal setting for social, emotional, physical and academic growth; and,
  • Explore interests and career paths.
want to know more about student success plans
Want to know more about Student Success Plans?

Watch for additional information available in

April 2010 on the CSDE/SERC websites.

The April presentation will highlight Connecticut schools currently piloting student success plans.

Learn more about how to get started, challenges and benefits.