These resources are for parents and caregivers who want to learn more about RTI. You’ll find information about RTI and activities you can do at home with your child in both English and Spanish.
Building RTI Capacity Project-Developed Resources
Resource for Student Evaluation Personnel Working in Schools Implementing Response to Intervention (RTI) (module)
Online professional development module that provides background information and tools related to RTI’s key components; its relationship to special education; collaboration within RTI; and using dataGet Resource
Online professional development module about how schools use RTI to prevent learning and behavior difficulties.Get Resource
This resource provides highlights of SB 1153 Parent's Rights to Information Regarding the Provision of Assistance for Learning Difficulties to the Parent's Child along with an "Annual Notice Checklist" and a "Checklist for Specific Notice to Parents of a Child Receiving Intervention. Use these three additional resources to guide your development of parent notice/notification letters: Example Letter: Tier II Reading Intervention Provided by a Classroom Teacher Example Letter: Tier III Reading Intervention Provided by a Reading Specialist (Letter to Foster Parents) Sample Parent RTI Notice Letter TemplateGet Resource
This online professional development module is designed to help educators understand parent notification requirements when a child receives intervention, particularly in a school that is implementing a multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) or response-to-intervention (RTI) framework. We’ll explore what federal and state laws say about parent notification and RTI, including Senate Bill 1153. We’ll also provide some checklists you can use to compare against the notices your district is using. The goal is to inform your efforts to document parent notification when their child is receiving intervention.Get Resource