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Below is a series of self-assessment questions to consider as you expand student pathways to success. If you have additional recommendations or feedback, please email:

  1. Are graduation requirements within your local education agency aligned to public postsecondary admissions requirements?
  2. Do graduation requirements in your local education agency include college and career milestones?
  3. Does your local education agency support students to complete an individualized learning plan and other forms of student advisement?
  4. Are your students required to participate in some type of service learning or work-based learning program prior to graduation?
  5. Does your local education agency allocate staffing units to support college and career readiness (including: a work-based learning coordinator, college/career advisors, or other staff that support young people's postsecondary goals)?
  6. How does your local education agency support continuing education for teachers (including: support for teachers to facilitate dual or concurrent enrollment programs)?
  7. How does your local education agency partner with area community and technical colleges to create CTE programs of study?
  8. Has your local education agency prioritized career-connected learning in its strategic plan and/or annual school board goals?
  9. How does your local education agency coach school principals to develop and expand college and career opportunities for youth?
  10. Are you working with your subject-matter experts to appropriately resource your programs?
  11. How do you coach school personnel to integrate the community and ensure wraparound services for students?

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