An evaluation of state-level postsecondary planning initiatives
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A high school diploma is no longer a significant credential to find a viable career in society. Current literature suggests that by 2020 more that 60% of jobs will require a postsecondary credential from either a two or four-year college. Postsecondary planning legislation also referred to as Individual Career and Planning (ICAP) legislation has been passed in 31 states in the United States to assist students in completing high school and enrolling into a postsecondary institution. The policies across the nation vary greatly in design and implementation. This policy evaluation compares states ...