To support a consistent approach to the coordination and delivery of Knowledge and Employability (K&E) courses within an inclusive learning environment.
K&E courses support high school completion for specifically identified students within an inclusive learning environment. Students taking K&E courses are 12 years six months or older, and are working two or more years below grade level. K&E courses prepare students for employment opportunities in designated occupations or trade training programs, further studies, citizenship and lifelong learning.
Certificate of High School Achievement is awarded to students that successfully complete 80 credits in an appropriate combination of Knowledge and Employability and other courses (see Guide to Education for further details).
Inclusive Learning Environment is a way of thinking and acting that demonstrates universal acceptance of, and belonging for, all students. An inclusive learning environment provides all students with a quality education no matter their ability, disability, language, cultural background, gender, or age.
Off Campus is an experiential method of learning that integrates a student’s classroom studies with recognized on-the-job work experiences.
Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) offers experiential learning for senior high school students 15 years of age or older.