What is an ALP?
A student’s body of evidence is used to determine appropriate instruction and placement within the classroom. An Advanced Learning Plan (ALP) is created on an annual basis to reflect that instruction as well as students’ interests.
Advanced Learning Plans (ALP) are written in collaboration with the student, parents and school personnel. An academic SMART goal, based on the student’s identified area of strength, is written using student achievement and growth data and Colorado Academic Standards. An affective SMART goal is also created to address areas such as personal, social, leadership, communication and cultural competence or to guide career and college planning. The aim of affective goals is to teach or improve upon habits of success.
In the Elizabeth School District, ALPs are developed in a specialized form and housed in Infinite Campus (IC).