By Amanda Morin
Response to intervention (RTI) is a process some schools use to identify students at risk of failing and provide targeted teaching to help them catch up. Here’s a look at the increasing levels of RTI support.
A parent advocate and former teacher, Amanda Morin is the proud mom of kids with learning and attention issues and the author of The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education.
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Checklist: Questions to Ask Your School About RTI
FAQs About RTI
How RTI Monitors Progress
At a Glance: What RTI Should and Shouldn’t Include
At a Glance: Who’s on the RTI Team
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