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Response to Intervention: A framework to raise student achievement

November 6, 2013
Times-Republican

Much attention has been given by educators across the state lately to an approach known as Response to Intervention (RtI). So what is RtI and how can educators use it to their advantage in addressing the needs of all students? What do parents need to know to better understand it? When implemented at a high level, RtI is an educational process that uses a multi-tiered system of support for students. RtI can be used to meet both academic and behavioral needs and although it works well in meeting the needs of special education students, it works equally as well with students in general education. So what exactly does this process look like in action?

 
 
 

 

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