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Features of an RTI model need to be responsive to each school community, resulting in customized approaches that individual schools and districts use to institute and implement the essential components of RTI. This section of the Web site focuses on the necessary steps for developing a building-level plan for successful implementation of RTI.


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Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Process of designing instruction that is accessible by all students; UDL includes multiple means of representation, multiple means of expression, and multiple means of engagement; the focus in creation of UDL curricula is on technology and materials.

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Build Support

Build Support

Initiate discussions about the need for RTI and use the available resources here to secure buy-in from stakeholders before proceeding.

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Develop a Plan

Develop a Plan

RTI requires fundamental changes in practice and resource allocation. Developing a viable plan is essential: outline a timeline, develop your infrastructure, and prepare your team.

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Implement Your Plan

Implement Your Plan

Have supports in place as your school begins using data to inform, develop, and adapt instructional and intervention decisions.

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Evaluate and Refine

Evaluate and Refine

Assess the degree to which the RTI process is implemented with integrity, and identify the areas that need additional improvement.

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SLD Identification Toolkit

Discover best practices and resources for using an RTI-based approach to SLD identification.

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Checklists and Forms

Quickly access the helpful planning tools referenced throughout this site.

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