Public Education has a legal, professional, and moral mandate to support all students to meet and/or exceed grade level standards. To successfully do so requires coordinating all general, remedial, and special education services. School systems are increasingly moving towards a Response to Intervention Model of coordinated support. Although strongly supported by research, successful implementation of this model requires significant changes in district, site and classroom practice. This training addresses the key elements of coordination and the implementation of not just the Response to Intervention model, but other models that will assist in ‘Preparing All Students for Success.
Number of Hours: 5 hours
For more information contact: Gladys Phillips-Evans