Response to Intervention (RtI) is a process for ensuring academic and behavioral success for all students by providing systematic, evidence-based interventions through a student-centered problem-solving process in the general education classroom.
There are four parts, or components, of the Response to Intervention (RtI) process:
- Testing, or screening, all students to identify students in need of additional academic and/or behavioral support
- A layered, or tiered, system of interventions that increase in intensity in response to student needs
- Monitoring a student’s progress often to determine if they are responding to the intervention
- Making decisions based on student data
These four parts of Response to Intervention ensure academic and behavioral success for all students by customizing instruction to meet individual student needs.
For more information about Response to Intervention, contact the Curriculum and Instruction Department.