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Response to Intervention

Response to Intervention (RTI) is a systematic, multi-tiered approach to identifying and supporting students having learning and behavioral difficulties in school. The primary goal of RTI is to prevent academic difficulties before they become more severe, providing timely support to students.

Logan County Schools is partnered with Solution Tree to provide meaningful intervention to close learning gaps.

 

RTI Overview:

1. Early Identification and Assessment: Students who may be struggling academically or behaviorally are identified early through ongoing assessment and observation.

2. Tiered Support: RTI is organized into multiple tiers of support. 

  • Tier 1: Universal Interventions - All students receive high-quality instruction and support.
  • "What I Need" WIN Time (Tier 2): Targeted Interventions - Students who require additional support beyond Tier 1 receive targeted interventions. 
  • Extension Time (Tier 3): Intensive Interventions - Students with more significant difficulties receive highly individualized support.

3. ​​Data-Driven Decision-Making:  The RTI process relies on data to inform decision-making. Educators gather data on students' progress and use it to adjust interventions and strategies. Progress is measured using I-Ready scores. 

4. Progress Monitoring: Regular progress monitoring is a key component. Educators track how students are responding to interventions and adjust them as needed. We monitor progress using I-Ready scores throughout the year.

5. Collaboration: RTI requires collaboration among teachers, support staff, and parents to ensure that students' needs are met effectively.

6. Continuous Improvement: The RTI process is dynamic, and adjustments are made as needed to improve student outcomes. 
RTI is a valuable framework for creating inclusive and effective learning environments that address the diverse needs of students. It ensures that struggling students receive the support they need to reach their full potential and achieve academic success.