Colorado Definition of RtI (2006-2012): Response to Intervention is a framework that promotes a well-integrated system connecting general, compensatory, gifted, and special education in providing high quality, standards-based instruction and intervention that is matched to students' academic, social-emotional, and behavioral needs.
The Colorado RtI Framework has evolved as we learn from implementation. There are no lines separating the tiers because we know that movement between tiers should be fluid. The "heart" of the multi-tiered model is the Problem-Solving process. Our RtI framework is surrounded by "Family and Community" to illustrate the understanding that the education of the child goes beyond the walls of our schools into the homes and communities of our students, emphasizing the importance of partnerships with family and community to support student success.
- Core Principles (2008-2012)
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Creating the Conditions for Success: A Case Study of Three Thompson School's RtI and PBIS Frameworks
In this report, we explore one school district's journey of RtI and PBIS implementation, examining the conditions and root causes of success for students with disabilities.