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Response to Intervention (RTI) “is a 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, 2006)

 

In 2006 an advisory panel appointed by Interim Commissioner George Coleman “decided to refer to the RTI process in Connecticut as scientific research-based interventions (SRBI) to emphasize the central role of general education in the intervention process and the importance of educational practices that are scientific and research-based.   The logic underlying SRBI can provide a coordinated, comprehensive, high-quality system of education for all students.”

(Connecticut’s Framework for RTI, 2008)

 

The Middletown Public Schools is committed to providing high quality instruction to all students.

                                              Resources for Implementation

 Tiers of Instruction

Placing Students in Interventions

  • SRBI Criteria - Fall 2012
  • SRBI Criteria - Winter 2013 

Providing Targeted Instruction

Progress Monitoring Student Achievement

Guidelines

Monitoring Academic and Behavioral Interventions

Referral to SRBI

The Collaborative Process

AIMSweb Resources

 

Resources

 

 


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