A schoolwide process that provides systematic, research-based instruction and a continuum of intervention tiers to struggling learners
A single, integrated system of instruction and intervention aimed at improving educational outcomes for all students and guided by data on student outcomes from frequent progress-monitoring measures
The practice of providing high-quality instruction and research-based interventions matched to students’ needs, using individual students’ response to those interventions to make a range of educational decisions—including some that are part of the process of determining whether a student qualifies for special education under the specific learning disabilities category
An approach intended to eliminate a wait-to-fail situation before struggling students are provided the help they need to succeed in school
Included in federal special education law, IDEA 2004, as part of the effort to direct schools to address students’ problems earlier, before a referral to special education is needed
A process intended to enable more students to have their needs adequately met in general education, which would in turn reduce the number of students requiring special education
A framework for structuring early intervening services (EIS) under IDEA 2004 and offers an alternative to the traditional discrepancy model between IQ and achievement as a means of identifying students with learning disabilities who qualify for special education ...
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