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Guide to Advancement
The Advancement Trail
- Bobcat through Webelos / Arrow of Light
How Cub Scouting Works
Guide to Awards & Insignia -- Uniform policy for all programs
Cub Scout Program Updates
- 2016 Cub Scout Advancement Changes
The Boy Scouts of America has announced changes to Cub Scout Adventure requirements in response to feedback from den leaders who have run the new Cub Scout program for a year. All Adventures from Tiger through Webelos and Arrow of Light are affected. There have also been some changes to the general requirements for advancement for each rank.
Most of the recommended changes involve reducing the number of requirements necessary to earn an Adventure. These changes will speed up advancement, making it easier to fit everything into a typical program year of Cub Scouting. In addition, the content of some Adventures has been changed.
[The changes are effective immediately (December 2016), and dens] may begin using the modified requirements as soon as they begin working on their next Adventure. This implies that dens should complete their current Adventure using the old requirements.
UPDATE: Changes to the Cub Scout Adventure and rank advancement requirements have been published as four separate PDFs, one each for Tiger, Wolf, Bear, and Webelos/Arrow of Light. These PDFs can be downloaded from this page: "Program Updates: Cub Scout Advancement Modifications Made."
For more information about these changes, please read these two blog posts on ScoutingMagazine.org: "Modifications to Cub Scout program give den leaders more flexibility" and "Answers to your questions about the Cub Scout modifications."
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