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Featuring real-world examples and instructional strategies for Grades 6–12, this research-based book provides the guidance secondary administrators need to implement RTI and improve student outcomes.

Leadership Perspectives on RTI
Leadership perspectives on RTI
Overview

“Beginning with the end in mind” (Covey, 2004, p. 95) is advice applicable to school leaders starting the process of RTI implementation. As explained in the previous chapter, if a systemic approach to RTI is adopted at the beginning of the implementation process, RTI can become the organizing framework around which secondary schools align their mission, vision, and values with schoolwide programming. More specifically, RTI should become a system through which schools work to increase student achievement rather than operating as a piecemeal program operating in isolation. Although RTI implementation may seem like a daunting task for school leaders, it can become a comprehensive framework for meeting the needs of all students. In discussing the Breaking Ranks framework ...

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