As students work to complete high school and prepare for their eventual careers, many states and school districts are turning to Individual Learning Plans to help students build a clear pathway to achieve their education and life goals. ILPs, personalized plans developed collaboratively by students and school personnel, set goals that help students focus on their academic and career futures and keep them on track.
To help school districts and states prepare students for success by using ILPs, Hobsons has partnered with The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) to prepare a research to practice brief, Individual Learning Plans for College and Career Readiness: State Policies and School-Based Practices. This brief is an expansion upon the national research study NACAC conducted last year in collaboration with Hobsons.
This national ILP study and new supporting documents, including a PowerPoint deck that can be incorporated into presentations, are available for public use.
To learn more, download the resources here:
NACAC & Hobsons ILP National Study, 2015
Research to Practice Brief, 2016: Individual Learning Plans for College and Career Readiness: State Policies and School-Based Practices