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The Skinny on Response to Intervention: Using RTI to Benefit ALL Students and Boost ACT Scores


by Amanda Shuford Mayeaux & Robert O. Slater — November 22, 2017

Response to Intervention is a collaborative, multi-tiered, school-wide approach created to provide effective interventions for students with learning disabilities. Most high schools implement RTI by setting aside a 30-minute period during the day for the intervention that teachers refer to colloquially as a “skinny." How the skinny is implemented does much to determine whether or not students benefit from the policy.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 22, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22199, Date Accessed: 12/14/2017 5:16:59 AM

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  • Amanda Mayeaux
    University of Louisiana at Lafayette
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    AMANDA SHUFORD MAYEAUX is an Assistant Professor at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
  • Robert Slater
    University of Louisiana at Lafayette
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    ROBERT SLATER coordinates the doctoral program in the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's College of Education and directs research development for the Cecil J. Picard Center for Child Development and Lifelong Learning.
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