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Student Diversity and Special Needs
Stephanie Camarillo, Coordinator, Region 13 Center for Teaching and Learning, Austin
1.00 CPE Hours

Response to Intervention (RTI) is sweeping the country as an emerging intervention strategy for struggling students. Recent changes in the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act encourage the use of RTI as a strategy to identify students truly in need of special education services. Learn about how RTI works, how teachers play a critical role in developing and implementing RTI, what makes RTI effective and what it looks like for a student, teacher, parent and administrator.

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