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by Patricia Addison and Cynthia Warger
Table of Contents
An essential component of an RTI framework is a problem-solving structure that defines who makes decisions about students and how those decisions are made. This structure is at the heart of RTI frameworks, because it is through the structure that intervention decisions are made for struggling students.
In most RTI frameworks, an RTI Intervention Team is created to accept requests for assistance from instructional staff and others (e.g., guidance counselors). Using a problem-solving process, team members discuss the request, review accompanying student data, identify the intervention(s), and develop the intervention plan that they subsequently will monitor and evaluate for effectiveness.
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