RTIpgRight to Intervention (RTI)

Problematic because it:

  • is not evidenced based
  • does not use standardized methods
  • overlooks bright dyslexics
  • uses the “watch them fail” approach

The RTI Hurdle by Wrightslaw

RTI – Tiers without Tears by NCLD

Legal Implications of Response to Intervention and Special Education Identification

Letter from the US Dept of Education Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services states that the RTI process cannot be used to delay/deny an evaluation for eligibility under IDEA Pdf file: OSEP RTI Memo_1-21-11r



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