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SCHOOLS PARTICIPATING IN RI MTSS:

School teams participating in RI MTSS in School Year 2016-17 will customize a training plan that meets the data-based needs of each individual school.

To this end, school teams will need to review the RI MTSS Training Catalog interactive PDF with its Technical Assistance Providers(s) to plan out the training year. Included in this document are descriptions of each training session, which include the following details:
  • • Training Name
  • • Strand
  • • Overview
  • • Suggested Participants
  • • Follow Up Tasks
  • • Date/Time/Location
  • • Registration Link

Once each school team has reviewed the RI MTSS Training Catalog with its TA Provider(s) and has decided on a training plan, the team will record their training plan and one representative from each school team (e.g., coach) should complete the registration link. The registration links for training sessions can be found in the RI MTSS Training Catalog. Please directly contact your TA Provider(s) with any questions regarding RI MTSS training in the 2016-17 School Year.

NOTE TO SCHOOLS NOT PARTICIPATING IN RI MTSS:

While schools not participating in RI MTSS are unable to register for training, please consider accessing MTSS materials under the Training tab. RI MTSS makes all of its training materials from both presentations and online learning available to the public, and we encourage you to explore these resources.

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