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As many of your students start to catch “summer fever” (if they haven’t already…), you and your fellow district leaders head into a critical season for RTI/MTSS program implementation: the ramp up to the next school year. And with all there is to prepare, it can get overwhelming.
So, where to begin?
The success of next year’s RTI/MTSS program hinges on your ability to evaluate the success of this past year’s program. What worked? What didn’t work? What needs to change, and when? Which details should you focus on to make next year’s program the best it can be?
Take the quiz below to find out!
*Some of the quiz content comes from Jim Wright’s blog series for Frontline Education. Jim is a highly acclaimed national presenter, trainer and author on topics that cover the essentials and beyond of Response to Intervention and Multi-Tiered System of Supports and is the creator of InterventionCentral.org.
“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” — Andy Warhol
When you roll the tape forward to a year or five years from now, what changes would you be excited to see in your RTI/MTSS program?
Of course, these changes can’t happen overnight, and they can’t be owned by a single person in your district. However, by choosing to start the conversation this spring, you could improve outcomes for your students down the road, starting as early as this fall ― and that is worthwhile.