Response to Intervention
The Response-to-Intervention (RtI) framework is a statewide initiative that allows for the utilization of resources for students in need of academic and/or behavioral support. RtI provides a seamless system of interventions and resources which allows students to make significant progress whether they are at-risk for failure or are gifted and talented students not meeting their full potential.
Although the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 2004 encourages utilizing the RtI process as an alternative approach for the identification of students for special education services, the intent of the process is much more significant than eligibility alone.
More importantly, the RtI Model utilizes instructional strategies such as universal screening and on-going data analysis to inform instructional interventions, flexible use of building personnel with students, as well as a collaborative, inquiry-based process among staff and parents to enhance all students’ performance.
Learn more about RtI
- What is RtI?
- Final RtI Guidebook (revised regularly)
- RtI Primer for Parents
- RtI Primer for Parents (SPANISH)
- RtI District Implementation Rubric NEW!
- RtI School Implementation Rubric NEW!
- RtI Tiers Behavior
- RtI Tiers Elementary Literacy
- RtI Tiers Secondary Literacy
- RtI Tiers K-12 Math
- Defined RtI Coordinator and SPED Consultant Roles
- Instruction Framework Flowchart (revised)
- Response to Intervention NING
- ELA Cultural and Environment Survey (English)
- ELA Cultural and Environment Survey (Spanish)
- Enrich Resources, Instructional Resources, and other RtI Resources
Created on July 30th, 2012 | Last updated on May 1, 2013