In many districts the ACP Coordinator, CTE Coordinator, and/or YA Coordinator may be the same person! This timeline is meant to be a high level overview to help educators juggling these multiple roles.
Final Projects have been identified as one of the most impactful ACP practices, according to the WEC survey on Wisconsin ACP programs. Use this Community of Practice presentation to learn from a number of school districts about their ACP final projects.
This easy-to-use tool will help your district's career readiness team reflect on your ACP infrastructure, develop an ACP Graduate Profile, and map out your ACP components while identifying which components all students should access before graduating. By the end you will be ready to set goals related to your ACP implementation that will help you create a custom ACP Professional Development Plan for your district!
When we talk about "creating your ACP calendar," we are really talking about four things: What ACP content will be delivered to all students in each grade level 6-12 during the year? When will students work on ACP content during the year? How will we ensure that ACP content is delivered as planned? Who will be responsible for each component?Use this Community of Practice presentation to build your district's ACP calendar.
Once your district has determined their ACP/Career Readiness goals based on the ACP Implementation District Self Assessment Tool, use this template to:
-Check off the goals that your team identified as priorities for your district and rank the top 2 goals.
-For each of your district goals, find the corresponding Resource Learning Guide for that goal
-Copy and paste the professional development resources into the chart below.
-Use these resources to create your own benchmarks for success.
-Scroll to the PD calendar to plan when you’ll meet, who should be invited to each meeting, topics that you will cover and any other notes on next steps to achieve your Career Readiness goals!
Academic and Career Planning (ACP) is a part of Wisconsin’s Education for Employment (E4E) program outlined in s. 121.02(1)(m) Wis. Stats., and is sometimes referred to as (administrative rule) PI26. In this guide, we refer to the plan that is required by administrative rule to be published annually by school districts as your “ACP/E4E Plan.”This guide is intended to help school districts understand all the legal requirements prescribed as part of the E4E/ACP plan. Table 1 outlines the required components and provides potential activities and resources that will help districts meet the requirements.