ILP Intervention Plans

Published: 4/9/2013 1:45 PM
The Intervention Plan module was added to the ILP in May 2009 to meet requirements of SB 130. SB 130 was written into statute in KRS 158.6459.
 
Acceleration and Intervention plans for students not meeting Explore, Plan and ACT benchmarks can be housed in the student’s ILP. The Intervention Plan module can be used for any intervention or acceleration for individual students; even if a student meets benchmarks.
Watch Intervention Plans Tutorial to learn how to use the ILP for student and school-wide interventions.
 
The ILP Intervention Module has two components:
  • School-wide Intervention (Tier 1) - Interventions can be created for specific grades or whole school. School-wide interventions would appear on all students’ ILP in the grade or school.
  • Student level Intervention (Tier 2 &3) - Interventions for individual students.
“The focus [of Tier I] is on improving the core classroom instruction in academics and behavior that ALL students receive. Tier I instruction is designed to address the needs of the majority of a school’s students. By using flexible grouping, ongoing assessment, and targeting specific skills, classroom teachers are able to meet instructional goals.” (McCook, 2006).

Guide to the Kentucky System of Interventions has information for schools planning their intervention process.

When to use Tier 1- School Wide Interventions

If more than 20% of the students fail to meet college readiness standards, the school must look at systemic issues such as
  • the alignment of the core curriculum to the Program of Studies and Core Content for Assessment,
  • the organization and sequencing of courses,
  • student access to core courses,
  • assignment of teaching staff, organization of the extended school services program, etc.

Systemic issues can be addressed in the Comprehensive School and District Improvement Plans as appropriate, with progress reports on implementation provided to the school council and the local board of education.

 

What does Tier 2 and Tier 3 mean?

 

  • Tier 3 provides Tier 1 core instruction in addition to interventions for students not making adequate progress in the core curriculum and Tier 2.
  • Tier 3 interventions are more intensive to target the student’s academic or behavioral skill deficits for remediation of existing problems and the student’s progress is monitored more frequently.
  • Tier 3 provides Tier 1 core instruction in addition to interventions for students not making adequate progress in the core curriculum and Tier 2.
  • Tier 3 interventions are more intensive to target the student’s academic or behavioral skill deficits for remediation of existing problems and the student’s progress is monitored more frequently.
Amy Patterson
Office of Next-Generation Learners
Division of Program Standards
500 Mero Street, 18th Floor CPT
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-4970
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