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3.2 RTI Revisited: Common Problems and Solutions for Practice
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Presenter: Matthew Cohen, Esq.

When: 9/21/16
2:00 pm
Where: Virtual Classroom
United States
Contact: Marcie Hipple
844-426-7224 ext.701

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Response to Intervention (RTI) is an educational strategy that was originally developed as a model to provide more systematic, research-based instruction within regular education to students that were suspected of having learning disabilities or that were at-risk academically. RTI is also known in many places by other names and the generic term used is multi-tier system of supports (MTSS) which is now defined in federal law under the most recent amendment of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of 2015. RTI was incorporated into the 2004 amendment of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) as an option for serving these students prior to or as part of the process of evaluation.  RTI is often highly problematic in its implementation because there are no consistent guidelines or regulations for implementation.  Join Matt as reviews a new position statement of COPAA on RTI and tips for practice. 

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