Supporting Student Success with Naviance Course Planner

According to Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, by 2020 about 65% of the jobs will require some form of education or training beyond high school.1 Whether students decide to go straight to a college or technical school, join the military, or enter the workforce after high school, they must understand what’s required to reach their goals. 

Schools and districts around the country are focusing on more than just college entrance. There is a new focus on career paths for students and how to equip them with the knowledge and tools needed to succeed in their chosen postsecondary path. 

The new Naviance Course Planner helps students create course plans aligned to their career interests and graduation requirements. Students can identify the career pathways to which they’d like to align their course plan and see exactly where their plans fall short so they can proactively add the necessary courses to their plan right from the start. Naviance Course Planner supports:

  • Districts Administrators: Helps meet reporting requirements of state mandates around 4-year planning and career pathways 
  • Counselors: Enables counselors to collaborate with students to develop career-aligned plans and quickly run reports on course plan progress and completion 
  • Students: Allows students to have greater ownership of their course planning and positions them for future career success 

Naviance Course Planner will be launching on December 16, 2019. To learn more about, please join us for an upcoming webinar:

Supporting Student Success with Naviance Course Planner
November 22, 2019 at 2 p.m. EST
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