The Science behind Naviance Succeed
Although most schools have assessment and curriculum systems in place today, most of these programs are designed with the educator in mind. Naviance Succeed is a student-centered approach to secondary education that provides sufficient support and resources to ensure students succeed in the public school system. According to the Naviance website, the program is designed with integrated tools that take the following factors into consideration:
- Success Planning – Naviance Succeed allows for customization of college and career readiness programs at both the school and district level. Programs can be aimed toward specific age groups or other demographics as needed.
- Career Planning – In addition to ensuring students are career ready, Naviance Succeed offers tools to help students find the career that is the perfect fit for them by introducing a wide range of choices.
- Course Planning – A large portion of preparing for a career or college is the right schedule of courses at the secondary level. Naviance Succeed has many tools to help students with their long-range course planning so they can achieve their goals after high school.
- College Planning – Both students and parents can use the tools provided by Naviance Succeed to explore a wide range of postsecondary options and obtain important facts about how the admission process works at most colleges across the country.
The program is integrated right into the school district’s technology system, so the transition to Naviance Succeed is virtually seamless for faculty, students and parents. By streamlining assessments, communication and other resources, students receive personalized success plans without additional time and labor on the part of school faculty and administrators.
As the United States continues to place an emphasis on the importance of postsecondary education as a competitive edge in the global marketplace, it is possible that more schools across the country will tune into the benefits of programs like Naviance Succeed to help their own students make better choices and enjoy improved academic and career-based outcomes.