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Report: Tiered Interventions in High Schools: Using Preliminary ‘Lessons Learned’ to Guide Ongoing Discussion

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RTI, interventions, SCHOOLS, high school, INSTRUCTION, Interventions

Areas

SCHOOL:Culture of change and improvement

Authors

National High School Center, National Center on Response to Intervention, and Center on Instruction

Published

2010, 6/24/2010

Publisher

National High School Center, National Center on Response to Intervention, and Center on Instruction

Abstract

Response to Intervention (RTI) is a potentially powerful framework for organizing, allocating, and evaluating educational resources to meet the instructional needs of all students and to prevent long-term school failure. Much of our knowledge of the components of RTI and their successful implementation is based on experiences in elementary schools. However, given the structural and organizational differences between elementary schools and high schools, this evidence has its limitations when implementing RTI at higher grade levels. The essential components of RTI may be the same, regardless of grade level or context, but how they are translated into effective practice and integrated into a high school’s processes may differ from elementary school models.

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