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Response to Intervention (RTI)

Although Response to Intervention (RTI) was first established to identify students with specific learning disabilities, the model is used far more broadly today. We’ve embraced it as an effective way to provide extra support to any student who struggles—for academic or behavioral reasons. In fact, districts and schools have found that RTI is a an important tool to personalize instruction for all students whether they are in need of intervention or not.

However, successfully implementing an RTI model can be challenging. While the majority of schools (94%) are in some stage of RTI implementation, only 24% have reached full implementation with fidelity. And when the system breaks down, students pay the price. That’s why we’ve developed products and services to support your staff and help every student and teacher be successful.

Put Your RTI System to the Test

Students aren’t the problem. Neither are your teachers. But your Response to Intervention system may be. Our Intervention Rescue Challenge will help you deepen or enhance your current intervention practices.

Learn more about our Intervention Rescue Challenge

Foundational Intervention Products & Services


Academic interventions

Targeted mathematics and literacy interventions get to the root causes that prevent struggling students from catching up and keeping up with their peers. Accelerate student progress with differentiated instruction on the foundational concepts.

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Screening and progress monitoring tools

Choose reliable tools to screen students and identify those in need of academic and/or behavioral support. Progress monitoring helps you determine the effectiveness of your interventions, where to focus instruction, and your progress toward year-end goals.

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Data management and reporting tools

With continuous assessment data, you can make meaningful decisions at multiple points during the school year. Know which students are at risk and provide differentiated instruction to meet student needs. Help teachers collaborate to keep students on track.

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Educator development and collaboration tools

Improving teaching is the single most effective step we can take to enhance student performance. Provide the tools your educators need to collaborate effectively, use data to drive instructional decisions, and achieve positive student learning outcomes.

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Non-academic interventions

Every teacher knows that behavior issues and attention problems can derail the best lesson plans. Our intervention tools can help you address the neurological and psychological aspects of learning and develop behavior intervention plans to meet students’ needs.

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English language learner interventions

The language barrier can make learning academic skills and content knowledge a challenge. Focused ELL intervention can help accelerate students’ language acquisition and give them the academic vocabulary they need to meet grade-level expectations.

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