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Introduction: Changing the Lives of Students with Problems
Introduction: Changing the lives of students with problems

Current prevention science offers opportunities to address problems effectively with interventions at different levels of intensity and support. If a student is not making adequate progress, decision-making teams should consider whether the interventions were implemented with fidelity. If not, additional support should be provided or intervention plans revised to match better the context of the classroom and the teacher's ability to respond effectively. While these efforts offer great promise, “it is untrue and misleading to claim that we currently have a necessary and sufficient knowledge base to guide the[ir] implementation … across all grades, for all academic [and behavior] skills, in all content areas, for all children and youth” (Fuchs ...

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