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Checklist: Questions to Ask Your School About RTI

By Amanda Morin

Response to intervention (RTI) isn’t a specific program or method of instruction. It’s a framework that an increasing number of schools use to provide struggling students with extra help. Different schools approach RTI in different ways. If your child is struggling, here are some questions to ask about how the school provides extra help and how you can participate in the process.

What to Ask the School About RTI

Learn more about the increasing levels of support your child may receive during the RTI process. Explore other strategies schools use to help students with learning and attention issues. Get tips on how to be an effective advocate for your child.

About the Author

Amanda Morin

Amanda Morin

As a writer specializing in parenting and education, Amanda Morin draws on her experience as a teacher, early intervention specialist and mom to children with learning issues.

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Reviewed by Elaine M. Niefeld Jun 20, 2014 Jun 20, 2014

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