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National Curriculum

The National In-School Curriculum is comprised of 85 competency-based modules.  The JAG standard requires that graduates (or completers) attain no less than the thirty-seven (37) JAG core competencies.

In-School Core Competencies

The core competencies are contained in the six (6) competency categories:

Employers were asked to validate the core competencies (A.1 to F.37) in the 1980's and 1990's. In the late 1990's, employers identified and validated the non-core competencies (G.1 to H.81).

Non-Core Competencies

State Organizations are expected to require additional competencies to be attained for participants that are involved in a Multi-Year Program. The non-core categories include forty-four (44) competencies that a state or local affiliate can use to build a Multi-Year Curriculum. The three (3) non-core competency categories include:

The Electronic National Data Management System (e-NDMS) is capable of tracking unique competencies as determined by the state and/or local affiliate. It is preferred that "I" competencies be approved by the state affiliate to assure consistency within a state.

In-School Curriculum Competency Profile
COMPETENCY CATEGORY
CORE COMPETENCIES
NON-CORE COMPETENCIES
TOTAL COMPETENCIES
A - CAREER DEVELOPMENT
6
0
6
B - JOB ATTAINMENT
7
0
7
C - JOB SURVIVAL
7
0
7
D - BASIC SKILLS
5
0
5
E - LEADERSHIP AND SELF DEVELOPMENT
5
0
5
F - PERSONAL SKILLS
7
0
7
G - LIFE SURVIVAL
0
22
22
H - WORK PLACE
0
22
22
I - ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT COMPETENCIES
0
5
5
TOTAL
37
49
86

 
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