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  1. Academic and Career Planning

  2. The Four Year Planas it usually occurs now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIRdST_Dc0M

  3. Where HAVE We Been? • WCSCM has been in place since 2007. • Model includes standards in 3 domains: • Academic • Personal/Social • Career • Standards contain many of the components of ACP • WI Admin Code PI26 • Education for Employment • Requires school districts to have career exploration activities for students in grades K – 12 • Districts are required to submit their plan to DPI for approval • Special Education Law requires students to have a Postsecondary Transition Plan (PTP) by age 14 • Carl Perking funding mandates that students have CTE Programs of Study

  4. Wisconsin Statute 115.28(59)Signed June 28, 2013 • Authorizes DPI to create administrative rule with requirements for ACP services for all students in grades 6-12 by 2017-18. • Includes $1.1 million in 2014-2015 funding for software technology and professional development supporting statewide implementation of ACP. 


  5. What is ACP? Empowering ALL students to travel the road TO adulthood THROUGH education & training TO Careers! It is: Reimagining K12 education to equip students with meaningful & supportive adult relationships, and the ability to adapt to opportunities & challenges, on their personalized journeys to successful lives

  6. What are the features of ACP? • An ongoingprocessthat uses atoolto actively engage students to: • Understand self • Envision the future • Develop goals • Plan for achieving the vision and goals Student-Driven and Ongoing • A product that documents and reflects students’: • Courses & Assessments • Post-secondary plans aligned to career goals & financial reality • Record of college and career readiness skills.  Personalized and Dynamic

  7. Each Student’s ACP process • Who am I? (KNOW) • What do I want to do? (EXPLORE) • How do get I there? (PLAN) • Let’s GO! (GO)

  8. ACP Process Components • KNOW • Self awareness & exploration activities • Individual goal-setting • EXPLORE • Career awareness assessment • Career research & postsecondary training options • Connect a student’s middle and high school instructional activities with the education and preparation needed to successfully enter a particular field of interest • PLAN • Work-based learning opportunities • Extra-curricular and community-based learning • Financial plan to cover cost of postsecondary training • GO • Adapt/Modify regularly • Intentional Sequence of Courses • Personal Goals • Career Goals • ACP Conferencing

  9. Then VS Now

  10. DPI will- • Integrate ACP with other education and workforce initiatives • Create administrative rule & develop implementation guidance • Develop & deliver professional development& training • Develop communication materials • Develop an ACP evaluation system • Select a statewide software system forcareer development

  11. Current ACP Resources ACP Resources In Development ACP Software Tool ACP Training Modules ACP Communications Materials ACP Social Media (Blog, G+, Twitter)

  12. What can you do now? • Review the ACP materials on the webpage • Include ACP as part of your school vision • Form a leadership team to direct ACP Implementation • BuildAwareness & Support for ACP • Review current CTE, Education for Employment, Partnerships and Career Development activities for potential areas of improvement

  13. A Final Thought • FROM Sir Ken Robinson. • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9LelXa3U_I

  14. Questions?