Scheduled to become effective a mere three years down the road, Chicago’s new future-plans requirement intrigues. My Q: ? a sufficient number of counselors to assist students with their future-planning chores ?
To graduate from a public high school in Chicago, students will soon have to meet a new and unusual requirement: They must show that they’ve secured a job or received a letter of acceptance to college, a trade apprenticeship, a gap year program or the military.
Source: Chicago won’t allow high school students to graduate without a plan for the future – The Washington Post