Rhode Island Multi-Tiered System of Supports


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: Data Use to Support Tier 2

RI MTSS has a new online learning opportunity on Data Use to Support Tier 2*. This module will explore effective data use in a tiered model of support at the Tier 2 level. This includes learning about establishing effective decision rules, utilizing progress monitoring tools and procedures, and evaluating the effectiveness of Tier 2 interventions.

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.

The Sherlock Center recently published the RI PBIS Annual Report for 2016-2017. A total of 11 early childhood centers, over 40 programs and classrooms, 138 schools and 30 of the 35 school districts in RI have trained schools in PBIS as of 2017. The report highlights the growth of PBIS in Rhode Island and the impact on student outcomes. Download the report at http://bit.ly/2ylJRyb

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