EEDA FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS WWW.CAROLINACAREERS.ORG/EEDA. 2006 REGIONAL GUIDANCE WORKSHOPS WEEK ONE Tuesday, September 5, Midlands Technical College, Columbia, Wednesday, September 6, Aiken Technical College, Aiken, WEEK TWO
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School districts must lay the foundation for the clusters of study system in elementary school by providing career awareness activities. In the middle grades programs must allow students to identify career interests and abilities and align them with clusters of study for the development of individual graduation plans. Finally, high school students must be provided guidance and curricula that will enable them to complete successfully their individual graduation plans, preparing them for a seamless transition to relevant employment, further training, or postsecondary study.
Beginning with the 2006-07 school year, counseling and career awareness programs on clusters of study must be provided to students in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades, and they must receive career interest inventoriesand information to assist them in the career decision-making process. Before the end of the second semester of the eighth grade, eighth grade students in consultation with their parents, guardians, or individuals appointed by the parents or guardians to serve astheir designee shall select a preferred cluster of study and develop an individual graduation plan, as provided for in