Do Teachers Need Response to Intervention? by Daisy Dyer Duerr

Do Teachers Need Response to Intervention?

Today's guest blog is written by Daisy Dyer Duerr, a former school principal who is now a national speaker and consultant.

Response to Intervention (RTI) is something we talk about quite a bit in education. In fact, there are few successful schools you can enter today that don't have far-reaching RTI systems of support for their students. When students struggle, they may need something extra to help them along, and other students need an intervention that may be a little more in depth.

As a former school principal, I understand the benefits of RTI. Having been the Principal of a failing school where successful RTI implementation was instrumental in changing school culture and improving student learning outcomes, I can speak firsthand to the powerful impact of RTI practices.

But first...the basics.

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