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Preparing Students for Success: The value of individual learning plans (ILPs) to ensuring students stay on track, and how to create them during a disruption
When faced with a lot of change, we find it helps to come together and listen to the advice of experts. So, to provide relevant information and a sense of togetherness for the community during this time, we’re hosting Xello Remote Roundtables!

In our third session, we’ll be joined by panelists who will address the pressing topic:

Preparing Students for Success: The value of individual learning plans (ILPs) to ensuring students stay on track, and how to create them during a disruption.

Our panelists will be:

Scott V. Solberg, Professor, Counseling and Applied Human Development at Boston University School of Education
Katie Siewert, Assistant Director, Career and Technical Education at Vancouver School District
Onna Holland, School Counseling Fellow, Office of College and Career Readiness at Rhode Island Department of Education

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