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.



Response to Intervention is a framework that is expected to lead to better teaching and learning. Unlike other educational initiatives, RTI provides an umbrella under which numerous research-based practices can be brought to bear to improve student learning. Throughout this text, we have discussed the purpose of RTI at the secondary level and offered resources for and descriptions of the various RTI components. In this final chapter, we summarize how RTI is expected to lead to improved student learning, re-emphasize the critical role of strong school leadership to make RTI a success, and provide two case stories of implementation that explain why we are optimistic about the future of RTI as an effective framework to improve student learning.

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