Parent Resources

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

Booklets
RTI - Straight Talk for Parents Revised

Response to Intervention (RTI): Straight Talk for Parents (Revised)

Revised in 2018, this booklet answers parents’ frequently asked questions about Response to Intervention.

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Booklets
Booklets

Respuesta a la Intervención (RTI): Información para Padres

Revised in 2018, this booklet answers parents’ frequently asked questions about Response to Intervention. This resource is written in Spanish. 

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Booklets
A Resource for Student Evaluation Personnel in Schools Implementing Response to Intervention (RTI) (Revised)

Resource for Student Evaluation Personnel Working in Schools Implementing Response to Intervention (RtI) (Revised)

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. After exploring the new resource, please provide your feedback by completing the three-question,anonymous survey at https://utexas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eURYIr14gtlugnz.  Thank you!

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Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk Resources

Documents
Parent Flyer Writing

How Can I Support My Child’s Development as a Writer?

This flyer for parents describes five steps in the writing process writing development.

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Documents
Is My Adolescent Benefiting From High-Quality Schoolwide and Classroom Behavioral Supports?

Is My Adolescent Benefiting From High-Quality Schoolwide and Classroom Behavioral Supports?

This flyer provides five questions that parents can ask as a starting point to gauge the quality of a school's behavioral supports.

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Documents
How Do I Engage in Partner Reading With My Child?

How Do I Engage in Partner Reading With My Child?

Middle school students are expected to read and comprehend upper-level text. You might be wondering whether there are things you can do at home to improve your child’s reading skills. Partner reading is an easy way to do just that by providing your child with more reading practice!

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Is Your Child Benefiting From High-Quality Literacy Practices?

Is Your Child Benefiting From High-Quality Literacy Practices?

This flyer outlines five items that benefit struggling readers and of questions that parents can ask as a starting point to gauge the quality of a school's literacy practices. 

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Texas Resources

Booklets
Booklets

Research-Based Content Area Reading Instruction

Booklet that describes teaching expository texts, vocabulary, word identification, reading fluency, and comprehension strategies across all classrooms.

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