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Many US states have, or are in the process of, amending their requirements for high school graduation

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The traditional core classes and electives, or specials, may no longer be sufficient to graduate.

Schools and state education departments are adopting a new set of standards outlined in what is known as a 'graduate profile,' also referred to as a 'Portrait' or 'Profile of a Graduate.'

Leveraging AI, credentialing metrics assess students' proficiencies across a range of graduate profile competencies, granting certificates according to predefined criteria

Graduate Profile Adoption

  • A graduate profile, also known as a Profile or Portrait of a Graduate, succinctly summarizes the knowledge, skills, and attributes students should possess upon graduation

 

  • Its creation involves input from administration, educators, students, parents, and various stakeholders within a school’s community

 

  • The finalized profile becomes a key component of the school's strategic plan, serving as a public-facing guide

Schools and states share a 80% common set of competencies

Challenges in Efficacy Data

Schools have no way to measure or assess
80% of their graduate profile competencies

The pain points for school administration are multifaceted

  • One hundred hours and 18 to 24 months to create

  • Tens of thousands of dollars invested

  • Can not validate the criteria or efficacy of their graduate profile

  • No pathway to credential students who are graduate profile proficient
     

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