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Aligned with the NMAP final report and IES practice guide, this resource offers guidelines, intervention strategies, and case studies for designing and implementing RTI in math.
Chapter 10: Next Steps in the RTI Process
Next Steps in the RTI Process
To survive and succeed, every organization will have to turn itself into a change agent. The most effective way to manage change successfully is to create it.
RTI holds great promise for helping students, even in mathematics. An effective RTI system may (a) lower misplaced LD student numbers, (b) reduce inappropriate referrals to special education and misidentified students in special education, (c) improve general education instruction, (d) set up a clear plan for helping all students reach their potential, and (e) organize a professional development model. However, an ineffective system may cause difficulty in each of these areas. Before initiating an RTI system, make certain that your district, school, teachers, and community are prepared.