Universal Supports for Academics and Behavior
In an integrated RTI model, academics and behavior are two intertwined components of the same universal support system. In this article, Drs. Hank Bohanon, Steve Goodman, and Kent McIntosh outline the practices, systems, and data components that create effective universal supports
. Discover how to maximize student learning and the impact of effective interventions by preventing the development and lessening the intensity of problem behaviors.
Federal Funding to Support RTI
In this article, Anna M. Munson, of the St. Louis Public Schools, provides an answer to the question "What funding streams are available for the development and implementation of an RTI framework?" Ms. Munson offers an accessible overview of the primary sources of funding and outlines the key questions schools must address in determining how to fund their RTI plan. Read this article to learn more!
Integrating Academic and Behavior Supports
Within an RTI Framework
October 20, 2009 at 3 p.m. ET
During this webinar, Drs. Kent McIntosh, Hank Bohanon, and Steve Goodman will provide background on why integrating academic and behavior RTI systems improves student outcomes and helps prevent school failure. They will then provide specific examples of how academic and behavior systems can be combined into an integrated school-wide system of supports for students. Register for this free webinar today!