The Response To Intervention (RTI) framework provides a systematic approach to proactively provide a continuum of academic, behavioral, and wellness supports to all students; it requires a whole-child approach. RTI is not the pathway to special education; it is the pathway for all students to be successful in general education. The practices that make RTI successful are iterative and include ongoing data analysis and ongoing problem solving. Finally, the core value implicit in RTI implementation is that when a student is struggling, the response must be to evaluate the instruction the student is receiving rather than assuming there is a ‘within-child problem.’
There are three tiers within a Response To Intervention framework:
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