| Overview | Commissioner's Award | Social-Emotional Growth | Kindergarten Readiness | Individual Plans of Study (IPS) |
| Academically Prepared for Postsecondary Success | High School Graduation | Postsecondary Effectiveness Rate | Civic Engagement |
Often when a student is asked what he or she plans to do after high school, the student will respond that they are going to college, but they have no idea what they want to study. This can result in wasted dollars and frustration, which can lead to a student dropping out. This is where an Individual Plan of Study (IPS) can help. All students, beginning in middle school, will develop an IPS based on their career interests. An IPS is both the product a student develops and a process the school implements to help guide students in developing future plans. Students work with school staff members and family members to develop their IPS. The vision requires that every middle and high school student in the state will have an IPS.
Beginning in 2020, districts will have the opportunity to apply for IPS recognition.
The Kansas State Department of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. (more information...)
To accommodate people with disabilities, on request, auxiliary aides and services will be provided and reasonable modifications to policies and programs will be made. To request accommodations or for more information please contact the Office of General Counsel at email@example.com or by 785-296-3201.