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RI MTSS is funded by the United States Department of Education OSEP (Office of Special Education Programs) under SPDG (State Personnel Development Grant). The SPDG was originally funded for five years and was awarded to RIDE and RIC from 2012 until 2017. Funding directly supports training, professional development, and technical assistance activities that enhance school infrastructure around data, systems, and practices. Project funding also covers training materials and the development of local training and coaching capacity. The grant funding does not cover any additional costs incurred by schools and districts, such as substitute teacher costs and stipends. Through a no-cost extension, the SPDG will continue to fund training and technical assistance to project districts and schools, with an emphasis on sustainability efforts and the creation of online supports through the end of the 2017-18 school year.

For more information on the Office of Special Education Programs and the State Personnel Development Grant, visit U.S. Department of Education.

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