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High school students--Services for--United States; Individualized education programs--United States;
Reponse to Intervention (RTI), an approach to systematically addressing the needs of struggling students, has been used primarily at the elementary school level. However, both its intent and its elements can also be used successfully in high schools. This report describes what RTI is, highlights core elements of the process, and discusses the challenges of RTI implementation at the secondary level.
Secondary Education | Special Education and Teaching
Educational Research Service
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1 PDF file, 16 p.
©2010 Educational Research Service
"Response to Intervention in Middle and High Schools" (2009). Informed Educators Series. 10.