Interventions & Support

The success of any proficiency-based learning system requires a robust system of interventions and academic support for students, particularly for those who display early-warning signs such as course failures, absences or behavioral issues. A well-designed intervention system, one that is informed by student data and other evidence-based strategies, can help educators deliver responsive and timely support to students who are struggling, while also increasing instructional collaboration and coordination among teachers and support specialists.

As students progress in their education and work to meet more demanding standards, teachers and other educators need to know what standards students have met, what standards they are working to demonstrate and what standards they appear to be struggling with.

The following resources will help schools design intervention and support systems for proficiency-based learning: