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NEW RESOURCE FOR STUDENTS! Life After High School: Taking Control of Your Future - Choosing an educational path after graduation is important. In this video series, see how four friends make their decisions about postsecondary education as they share their stories of life after high school.

NEW! Wisconsin's Guide to Publishing Your District's ACP/E4E Plan - School districts are required to provide academic and career planning (ACP) services to pupils enrolled in grades 6 to 12. ACP is part of a broader statute, referred to as Education for Employment (E4E), which spans elementary, middle, and high school grade levels. This guide is intended to help school districts understand all the legal requirements prescribed as part of the E4E/ACP plan.

NEW! Equity in Academic and Career Planning - This resource provides short activities that can help ACP or career readiness teams and leaders encourage their stakeholders to learn more about what equity means, how to explore who they are, what beliefs and assumptions they hold, identify their values, and consider how all of this can impact the learners and families they serve. The goal of each activity is to help educators learn a little more about their students and themselves and to leave with one simple action step to improve equity within their district.

Wisconsin ACP Lessons - This resource offers ready-to-use, student-friendly ACP resources/tutorials and assignments for grades 6-9 that you can copy, edit if desired, and upload either in Google Classroom or as an assignment in Xello.

ACP 101 - This narrated PowerPoint, created by CESA #3, provides an overview of Academic and Career Planning (ACP) for new school counselors and educators involved in ACP.

ACP Implementation: District Self-Assessment Tool - This easy-to-use tool will help your district 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. Then you will be ready to set goals related to your ACP implementation that you can share with your CESA ACP Coordinator to receive a customized ACP professional development plan for your district! Note: the document download into Microsoft Word and may require slight reformatting.

ACP webinars to share with your out-of-school-time program partners

Table of ACP Components - The Table of ACP Components provides a visual of the types of ACP services that could be provided to students.

Individualized Learning Plans How-To Guide 2.0

Advance CTE Career Advising

ACTE Business and Community Partnerships

For questions about this information, contact Karin Smith (608) 267-3161