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Response to Instruction

Response to Instruction (RtI) refers to an instructional framework that promotes a well-integrated system connecting general, gifted, supplemental, and special education services in providing high-quality, standards-based instruction and intervention that is matched to students’ academic, social-emotional, and behavioral needs. RtI combines core instruction, assessment, and intervention within a multi-tiered system to increase student achievement and reduce behavior problems.

An integral component of the RtI process is Problem Solving Teams (PST).  The PST is a model to guide general education intervention services for all students who have academic and/or behavioral difficulties. The Problem Solving Teams is central to the school's implementation of the Response to Instruction (RtI) framework.

Please see the links below:

Problem Solving Team (PST):

Dyslexia Resource Guide:

Please contact the Office of Curriculum & Instruction, 334-223-6830, for more information on RtI.  

Contact the Office of Student Services for more information on the Behavior Components of RtI.