Beginning in the 2023-2024 school year, as mandated by 704 KAR 3305, The development of the individual learning plan for each student shall be established within the first 90 days of the sixth grade year and shall be focused on career exploration and related to postsecondary education and training needs.
The Individual Learning Plans or ILPs for Kentucky's 6th grade through 12th grade students are changing how students prepare themselves for their future. Find information here about implementing and utilizing the ILP system to best benefit students and schools.
The ILP has many features and resources that involve students on a variety of levels:
Exploring careers beginning in the 6th grade
Finding careers that match their skills and interests
Creating education plans
Establishing personal goals and revisiting these as they progress through school
Creating, maintaining and changing resumes
Tracking and reflecting on their community services experiences, work experiences, career-planning activities, and extra-curricular and organization activities
Exploring colleges and postsecondary opportunities that match their career, postsecondary and life goals
Connecting to the KHEAA.org (Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority) Web site for help with college planning, tuition assistance information and applications
Collecting personal information like assessment results, advising activities, demographic information and educational history