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By: Carla Osberg

In: Response to Intervention in Math

Chapter 1: What is RTI, and why is it Important?

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What is RTI, and why is it Important?
What is rti, and why is it important?

The main objective of RTI is not to identify students for special education but rather to help all students achieve at a proficient level and ultimately make adequate yearly progress.

CarlaOsberg, Nebraska Department of Education

It has been 5 years since the passage of the reauthorization of IDEA and almost 8 years since the No Child Left Behind Act became law, and educators are still struggling with the reality of evidenced-based instructional practices and response to intervention (RTI) as an alternative means for helping struggling students as well as identifying those who qualify for special education services. This book is about how to improve mathematics instruction for all students within an RTI ...

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