Alternative Facts Are Alive in Education As Well: A Response to Johns, Kauffman, and Martin
The Consortium for Evidence-Based Early Intervention, a group of experienced educators, teachers, and administrators, wrote this thought-provoking paper to address issues evident in a recently disseminated document.
Revised in 2018 to reflect legislation related to parental notice, this booklet provides information and tools related to RTI and special education, collaborating for effective interventions, and using data to make intervention decisions.
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Online professional development module describing the relationship between RTI and special education through the use of individual case studies to illustrate intervention strategies, collaboration, and using progress-monitoring data.