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Delaware General AssemblyDelaware RegulationsMonthly Register of RegulationsJanuary 2019

Regulatory Flexibility Act Form

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A. Type of Regulatory Action Required
Pursuant to 14 Del.C. §§103(b) and 122(a), the Secretary of Education intends to create 14 DE Admin. Code 507 Student Success Planning. This new regulation is needed to provide guidance for districts and charters in their role to support students in establishing goals that lead to post-secondary plans for the student’s desired career.
The purpose of this regulation is to: (1) provide guidance to district and charter schools in establishing their Post-Secondary Advisement Plans (PSAP); and (2) to provide guidance as they support students in establishing goals that lead to the creation and revision of the student’s Student Success Plan.
Advisement” means a documented process that engages students in ongoing discussion and planning with school staff to identify their personal talents and interests and plan their career goals.
Core Course Credit” means a credit in an English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science or Social Studies course.
Department” means the Delaware Department of Education.
Post-secondary” means education, training and career experiences that occur after high school graduation.
Post-secondary Advisement Plan” or “PSAP” means a written comprehensive document that identifies the activities, supports and resources to enable a student to create and revise a Student Success Plan.
Progress Report” means a written document provided annually by districts and charters to the Department to update their current status in meeting their established benchmarks included in the Post-Secondary Advisement Plan.
"Student Success Plan” or “SSP" means a written plan which sets post-secondary goals based on a student’s career interest.
3.2 SSPs shall be created in 8th grade or upon entry to a Delaware district or charter school in grades 8-12 and revised annually as necessary.
5.1 Annually, by June 30th, every district and charter school shall electronically submit a Progress Report to the Department.
Last Updated: December 31 1969 19:00:00.
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