If you are interested in monitoring students more frequently than at the end of each term, this document will provide you with a list of reports that are already available to your team within your Student Information System (PowerSchool or Infinite Campus).
This document – representing the initial work of the High School Tiered Interventions Initiative (HSTII), a collaborative project of the National High School Center, the National Center on Response to Intervention, and the Center on Instruction – summarizes what HSTII has learned thus far about effective RTI implementation in high schools. It provides a brief description of the RTI framework and the essential components of RTI, illustrates how the essential components of RTI were implemented at eight visited schools, and highlights contextual factors unique to high schools and examines how these factors can affect school-level implementation of tiered interventions. (May 2010)
ccompanying the Tiered Interventions in High Schools document, this presentation summarizes what the collaborative has learned thus far about tiered intervention implementation in high schools. (September 2011)
Implementing response to intervention (RTI) in high schools requires educators to work across traditional boundaries. This brief presents a portrait of RTI implementation in three Colorado high schools as well as the state and district practices that support implementation at the school level. (March 2012)
This review of dropout prevention interventions includes services and activities such as incentives, counseling, monitoring, school restructuring, curriculum design, literacy support, or community-based services designed to mitigate factors impeding progress in school.