The RTI Action Network, which supports Response to Intervention methods in schools, touted the benefits of the approach in a meeting with congressional aides and promoted better funding of it in the revision of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Education Week reporter Christina A. Samuels reports in this blog post. Speakers at the meeting included school leaders experienced in RTI, who called the approach an "'every-ed' initiative."

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