difficult child was put on a BIP last year. I was contacted by the social worker to go in for what I thought was a yearly 504 review. Got there to find the district psychologist with BIP in hand. When I asked if observation was done, I was told yes, by the district psychologist for one day. When I asked if all the behaviors noted were observed in that one day, she said no, the majority of the information was from the teacher. We were scheduled to meet 4 weeks later to check on progress. I requested a longer period as I didn't see how he could drastically change things with their suggested interventions in only 4 weeks. They scheduled it for 6 weeks out. When we met again, his behavior was markedly improved and I was told, we'd schedule another meeting if and when it was needed. I've heard nothing about it since then. What exactly is the intent of a BIP? Is it a tool to document poor behavior allowing a school to move a child to a SPED environment or is it truly a benefit to the child to have the school address issues in a productive manner? None of the interventions have been employed this year. Should I request to have the BIP closed? Is it of benefit to my son to leave it open (if it even still is)?