Educator: RTI strategies are familiar to special-education teachers

Special-education teacher Elizabeth Stein writes in this opinion piece that Response to Intervention represents a formalized version of what is essentially a proactive and sensible teaching approach that models strategies long used by special educators. Stein suggests that the success of RTI depends on quality training for general-education teachers, as well as collaborative policies that allow special-education teachers to weigh in on how to best help struggling students.

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