Core Characteristics of RtII


Response to Intervention is a systematic approach for assisting students. It is a process that identifies struggling students before they fail.  It supports struggling students throughout the educational process. The Intervention Coordinators work in conjunction with the regular education teacher and the Title I teacher to provide individualized instruction to students who are exhibiting a need for additional academic or behavioral support. The key characteristics of RtII include the following:


·         Standards aligned instruction in a research-based core program

·         Universal screening of academics and behavior

·         Shared ownership of all students

·         Data-based decision making

·         Progress Monitoring

·         Benchmark and Outcome Assessment

·         Tiered intervention and service delivery system

·         Research-based interventions

·         Flexible grouping

·         Fidelity of Implementation

·         Parental engagement
RtI Chart