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A BSP will address the issues by providing the student with goals and tools to achieve them and providing school personnel with their own tools to help the student improve behavior.  Specifically, a BSP will focus on why a behavior occurred and provide alternative behaviors that support the student's needs

If your student is having behavioral issues,  the assessments that were given will likely identify key issues and opportunities to address those issues.  If the assessments did not identify behavioral issues, you can request behavior assessments to identify possible issues. 

Behavior Support Plans (BSP)

Written plan developed for a student  that has been identified as having behavioral issues that affect that student's ability to learn in school.