The components of a successful Response to Intervention (RtI) process are the following: monitored student growth, reviewed assessment tools used in screening students, and assessed data collection methods. RtI is well documented in the literature and has been the topic of many early intervention studies predominantly in the elementary setting. However, middle and high schools often struggle with flexibility in building a framework which offers intervention strategies and school-wide identification systems. This case study examines one middle school's journey through four years of developing a successful RtI program. The researcher provides insight into the process employed by the school to develop its framework for full implementation of RtI.
|Advisor:||White, Amy E., Stegall, Bill W.|
|Commitee:||Jones, John A., Watkins, Rick|
|School Location:||United States -- North Carolina|
|Source:||DAI-A 73/04, Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Middle School education, Special education|
|Keywords:||Middle school, Response to intervention, RtI|
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