Pros And Cons Of Response To Intervention

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Response to intervention is an approach to proving services and intervention to students who are struggling to learn at cumulative levels of intensity. RTI is used at many schools to assess, plan for, screen, and provide interventions for any student that is at risk of school failure due to behavior and academic needs. RTI is an initiative that takes place in the general education environment and also makes the decision whether instruction needs to be modified. Just like any other approach RTI has pros and cons. One pro of the RTI is that it requires very little educational disruption for testing. Other pros of RTI include being able to apply it to students of any age, not entailing a student to be failing for a significant period of time

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