Students develop a business model for designing, implementing, and sustaining a program or venture that involves the production of goods and services for sale or use by other groups. Similar to Problem-Based Learning and Competitions, School-Based Enterprises can involve students solving real-world challenges consistent with their personalized plan of study and identified in consultation with outside partners. School-Based Enterprises do not place students directly with employers, but instead enable students to use their institutional environment to pursue a venture.
School-Based Enterprises can be administered as a career preparation activity at the secondary and postsecondary education level.
- Education and Career Plan
- Workforce Readiness Assessment
- Meet expectations appropriate to grade level as defined by PSAE, ACT, Compass, Common Core assessments, and postsecondary admissions exams
- Observational Assessment