This self-study guide provides state and local education agencies and schools with a tool to assess implementation of career readiness practices across a district or secondary school and to plan improvements. It is arranged by implementation areas that have been found to be important to career readiness efforts based on a review of the literature and discussions with stakeholders. Each area includes guiding questions for discussion, potential sources of evidence, and a rating scale for self-assessment of implementation. This process of ongoing discussion, evidence use, and self-assessment can help states, districts, and secondary schools improve the effectiveness of career readiness practices.
ERIC DescriptorsCareer Counseling, Career Development, Career Exploration, Career Readiness, Course Content, Education Work Relationship, Employment Potential, Guidelines, Individualized Education Programs, Planning, Program Development, Program Evaluation, Program Implementation, Progress Monitoring, Scoring, Secondary School Students, Secondary Schools, Self Evaluation (Groups), Work Experience Programs
Southeast | Publication Type:
Descriptive Study | Publication
Date: January 2020