Tier-Level Intervention

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find that RTI is a great model if utilized and monitored for effectiveness. Schools will likely vary in their decisions about when to notify parents about assessment and intervention involving their child. Clearly some school staff have excellent communication with parents and provide extensive feedback about students' progress. RTI will be a good fit for such staff because their orientation is to keep parents involved and provide specific indicators of students' progress. Results of screening and progress monitoring lend themselves to graphic displays of a student's performance over time, which makes it possible for a teacher to easily communicate a student's progress to parents. Tier-level interventions also produce a great deal of specific
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