The 411 on Personal Learning Plans
Beth Barsness, April Schnell
Personal Learning Plans (PLP) legislation, enacted in 2012, requires Minnesota high school students to have a ‘life plan’ that includes academic scheduling, career exploration, career and employment-related skills, community partnerships, college access, knowledge about all forms of postsecondary training, and experiential learning opportunities. Learn how schools and districts are implementing this legislation and some resources Minnesota Department of Education can provide to schools. Get answers to questions around PLPs, legislative language, and an PLP implementation example from Worthington High School.