Ill. school district is using RTI to improve students' reading skills

05/19/2010 | Paris Beacon-News (Paris, Ill.)

An Illinois school district is implementing a Response to Intervention program to provide assistance to more young students before they are referred to special education. Beginning in the fall, the elementary school that houses students in pre-kindergarten through second grade will conduct an intensive reading program three mornings a week. The school will test students' progress at the end of the term using online software to determine which students need extra help.

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