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Response-to-Intervention: SLPs as Linchpins in Secondary Schools - featured March 12, 2009

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Response-to-Intervention: SLPs as Linchpins in Secondary Schools

Ehren, B. (2009, May 05). The ASHA Leader.

Many speech-language pathologists in schools are engaging in conversations in their school districts about response-to-intervention (RTI)—a multi-tiered approach to providing services and interventions to struggling learners at increasing levels of intensity—and some are playing crucial roles in the process. However, this involvement is mostly at the elementary school level. Although much of the writing and discussion in professional circles has centered on the approach with younger children, RTI also is relevant at the secondary level.

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