Educators at Medford Elementary School in Minnesota are using a response-to-intervention program to help struggling students in grades three to five. Students in the program are placed in one of three levels of interventions that range from individual assistance to small-group work. "It's a one-on-one, very intense, progress-monitoring program that involves time and repetition," principal Mark Ristau said, noting that he hopes to expand the program to additional grades in the future.

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