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Response to Intervention or Multi-tier System of Supports is the practice of providing high-quality instruction and interventions matched to student need, monitoring progress frequently to make decisions about changes in instruction or goals and applying child response data to important educational decisions.

          NASDSE, RtI: Policy Considerations and Implementation, 2005 (emphasis added)

Core Principals…

1.   We can effectively teach all children.

2.   Intervene early.

3.   Use a multi-tier model of support.

4.   Use a problem-solving method for decision making.

5.   Research-based interventions/instruction to the extent available.

6.   Monitor student progress to inform instruction.

7.   Use data to make decisions.

8.   Use assessment for different purposes.

Screening Windows

Benchmarks, Targets and Universal Screening Windows - Posted September 2016, valid for 2017-18
Tier 2 and Tier 3 Tracking Tools:

Helpful Tools

School-wide Fidelity Measures

Universal Screening for Mathematics
Grade Level Meeting Tools


Select Literacy, Mathematics, or PBIS for additional information.



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