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At the end of participation, schools and districts will have or be making substantial progress towards a self sustainable, integrated RTI/PBIS framework for providing evidence-based supports and data-based decision making procedures to enhance student outcomes across all tiers of support.


Online Learning: Intensifying Supports for Students at Tier 3

RI MTSS has a new online learning opportunity for teams on Intensifying Supports for Students at Tier 3*. This module will walk learners through the process of intensifying interventions for students who arenít responding to Tier 2 interventions. The module is an excellent learning opportunity for RTI teams, interventionists, and anyone involved in the intensification process.

RI MTSS Training Complete for the 2016-2017 School Year

Thank you to participating Rhode Island MTSS schools and districts for a fantastic 2016-2017 school year. The face-to-face trainings may be over for the school year, but we will continue to provide support through technical assistance and new online learning opportunities. Continue to check our website for updated training materials as they are developed.

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