Response to Intervention
“At first glance, response to intervention (RTI) is a method to identify learning disabilities. But RTI could play a much larger role. It has the ability to transform how we educate students—all students. With RTI, students may get the support they need
as soon as they show signs that they are having difficulty learning, regardless of whether or not
they have a disability.”
—Council for Exceptional Children (2007)
Why adopt an RTI model?