Schools, districts use RTI to identify students' learning difficulties

08/19/2011 | Education Week

More schools and districts are using Response to Intervention techniques to help address students' learning problems early on, a survey indicates. The GlobalScholar survey, which drew conclusions similar to other studies, found many joint efforts between general and special education to implement RTI programs, particularly in elementary schools. RTI methods have been shown to reduce the number of students referred for special education.

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