Response To Intervention Model

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The NMPED (2014) defines the response to intervention (RTI) as:
“an organizational framework by which schools assess student needs, strategically allocate resources, and design and deliver instruction to all students within the school. An RTI framework addresses student achievement and positive behavior for all students by the use of appropriate, research-based instruction and/or interventions. Student progress is monitored over time and then that data is used to guide instructional decisions and behavioral strategies” (Public Education Department - State of New Mexico. (n.d.)).
RTI is a new approach to identify a learning disability.
RTI is an alternative to the Discrepancy Model (the RTI does not require a formal evaluation of cognitive
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