An important component of a successful Response to Intervention (RtI) program is the ability of the school to continually monitor student progress. In order for this to happen effectively, a system has to be created that does the following:
- Collection of consistent student data in a common place
- Analysis of student data on an ongoing basis by the student study team
Review of student progress (fall, winter, spring)
If a child meets the criteria of an intervention, additional reviews are completed throughout the year
- Determination and re-evaluation of the placement of a child into or out of an intervention program (if needed) based on decision rules.
- Communication between administration, classroom teachers, intervention teachers, parents, and students