LITERACY AND INTERVENTION

LITERACY AND RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION (RtI)
Screen-Shot-2013-09-13-at-10.25.01-PM-300x222The Franklin Special School District uses the Tennessee Department of Education’s Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI2) Model to provide academic and behavior support in the general education classroom with the goal of early intervention and prevention before a gap in achievement becomes too great.  RTI2 is a school-wide, multi-level prevention system to maximize student achievement.  It is a tiered approach to service delivery that provides a systematic and data-based framework through implementation of research-based instructional practices correlated to the individual learner’s needs.

We believe that a consistent, informed intervention program for all students will result in more achievement opportunities.  FSSD fully implements a unified RTIapproach in all grade levels.  RTI2  interventions are provided in all schools in both mathematics and reading.

 

Literacy and RtI
Gina Looney, Ed.D., District Reading Coordinator
Deb Naber, Secretary
1406 Cannon St.
Franklin, TN  37064
615-472-3114

Upcoming Events

Nov
20
Mon
all-day Thanksgiving Holidays
Thanksgiving Holidays
Nov 20 – Nov 24 all-day
All schools and district offices closed
Nov
30
Thu
6:30 pm Special Ed Parent Mtg @ Franklin Elementary School Library
Special Ed Parent Mtg @ Franklin Elementary School Library
Nov 30 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
The FSSD Office of Special Populations is hosting a series of parent meetings for parents of students with disabilities. The purpose of these meetings is to increase parent understanding of special education, improve dialog between school and home,[...]