Shifting to Proficiency-Based Graduation Requirements and meeting Education Quality Standards

­Vermont’s Educator Quality Standards require all schools and school systems to have proficiency-based K-12 health and physical education curriculums aligned with SHAPE Health and Physical Education National Standards. Schools have identified proficiency-based graduation requirements that all students must meet. The Vermont Agency of Education’s Proficiency-Based Learning Team is collecting data about the development of these curricula and graduation requirements to inform our work. Please complete the following survey.

2. Has your Supervisory Union/District (SU/SD) identified proficiency-based graduation requirements (PBGRs) for transferable skills?

3. Have you studied the online resources developed by the Vermont Agency of Education to support implementation of a K-12 proficiency-based Health Education or Physical Education curriculum aligned to National Standards in your SU/SD?