George Lucas Educational Foundation

Response to Intervention

Through early screening of student progress, Response to Intervention (RTI) can help identify and support struggling learners. Learn more about the benefits of this approach.

  • An Inside Look at Trauma-Informed Practices

    A Nashville elementary school takes a comprehensive approach to trauma-informed practices, creating a space where students feel known and supported.
    Tom Berger
  • A Daily Support System for Students

    Students who need extra social and emotional support have a quick check-in with an adult at the start and end of each day.
  • The Behavior Battle: High- and Low-Tech Solutions

    While programs like Kickboard, PBIS World, and ClassDojo can help track and identify student behavior issues, so can lower-tech practices like focused observation, simplified reporting, and team input.
  • Intervention for Failing Students: What Matters Most?

    People, not programs, matter most when it comes to intervention for struggling students.
  • Response to Intervention: Resources for Educators

    Explore resources to help understand, implement, or refine Response to Intervention.
  • Developing a Multi-Tiered System of Supports

    Teacher collaboration is essential for this system of differentiated instruction to work.
  • Meeting Students’ Behavioral Needs

    Using a multi-tiered system of supports to teach social and emotional skills in elementary school.
  • Guiding Students to Success at Their Own Level

    The Response to Intervention model has helped a school reduce the gap between the highest- and lowest-achieving students.
  • Integrating SEL and Academics in Every Grade

    Social and emotional learning strategies help kids focus on their classes.
  • Personalizing Support With Response to Intervention

    The Response to Intervention model helps educators differentiate instruction for students who need extra supports.
  • Using a Multi-Tiered System of Supports

    See how one high school meets the academic and social-emotional needs of every student.
  • How to Implement Response to Intervention at the Secondary Level

    Principal PJ Caposey writes that successful RtI is in the details of implementation and offers some suggestions.
  • Olympic Gold in the Classroom: RTI

    Blogger Ben Johnson creates an analogy between swimming the backstroke and the academic intervention program, RTI.
  • Response to Intervention: Safe Spaces for Math and Literacy

    At Charles R. Drew Charter School, the Literacy Center and Math Lab provide fun, engaging, and enriching interventions to help support students most in need.
  • Response to Intervention: Meeting Students at Their Learning Ability

    Meyer Elementary School's Response to Intervention practice has contributed to their ranking in the top five percent of all Michigan schools.