A new toolkit aimed at high school students and called “Kick Start Your ILP” has been released by the Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy. An individualized learning plan (ILP) is both a document and a process that students, including students with disabilities, use to define and explore their career goals and post-secondary plans throughout high school in order to shape their decisions about courses and activities. “Kick Start Your ILP” includes an explanation of ILPs, a year by year checklist of steps to follow, and tips to pull it all together.
SOURCE ARTICLE: U.S. Department of Labor
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