A. Pre-referral interventions are a combinations of classroom day to day strategies and techniques that most teachers are doing already to solve academic and behavior problems in their classrooms. B. Pre-referral interventions are documented communications with school staff and parents that a particular student needs special education services. C. Pre-referral interventions are planned, systematic and documented efforts by a problem solving team to resolve apparent learning or behavioral problems within a regular education setting. D. Pre-referral interventions are documented guidelines students are expected to follow when completing standardized tests. E. All of the above
Pre-referral interventions are planned, systematic and documented efforts by a problem solving team to resolve apparent learning or behavioral problems within a regular education setting.-before a student is referred for a special education assessment, the district must conduct and document at least two instructional strategies, alternatives, or interventions while the pupil is in the regular classroom. the students teacher must provide the documentation. a special education assessment team may waive this requirement when they determine the students need for the assessment is urgent. this section may not be used to deny a students right to a special education assessment.
mn. statute 125a.56(a)