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 ôskinny." How the skinny is implemented does much to determine whether or not students benefit from the policy.
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