Rti in a Middle School: Findings and Practical Implications of a Tier 2 Reading Comprehension Study

@inproceedings{FaggellaLuby2011RtiIA,
  title={Rti in a Middle School: Findings and Practical Implications of a Tier 2 Reading Comprehension Study},
  author={Michael Faggella-Luby and Michelle Wardwell},
  year={2011}
}
  • Michael Faggella-Luby, Michelle Wardwell
  • Published 2011
Response to intervention (RTI) has received considerable attention from both researchers and practitioners as a schoolwide model for service delivery. However, research is limited on RTI applications in middle and high schools. Thé purpose of this article is to describe the outcomes of an experimental examination of a secondary (Tier 2) literacy intervention for at-risk fifthand sixth-grade students in an urban middle school assigned to one of three conditions: Story Structure (SS), Typical… CONTINUE READING

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