Accelerating chronically unresponsive children to tier 3 instruction: what level of data is necessary to ensure selection accuracy?

@article{Compton2012AcceleratingCU,
  title={Accelerating chronically unresponsive children to tier 3 instruction: what level of data is necessary to ensure selection accuracy?},
  author={Donald L. Compton and Jennifer K. Gilbert and J. R. Jenkins and Douglas Fuchs and Lynn S. Fuchs and Eunsoo Cho and Laura A. Barquero and Bobette Bouton},
  journal={Journal of learning disabilities},
  year={2012},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={204-16}
}
Response-to-intervention (RTI) approaches to disability identification are meant to put an end to the so-called wait-to-fail requirement associated with IQ discrepancy. However, in an unfortunate irony, there is a group of children who wait to fail in RTI frameworks. That is, they must fail both general classroom instruction (Tier 1) and small-group intervention (Tier 2) before becoming eligible for the most intensive intervention (Tier 3). The purpose of this article was to determine how to… CONTINUE READING
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