RTI and MTSS: Do You Know the Difference Between These Support Systems?
In education, there seems to be an acronym for everything. Response to intervention (RTI) and Multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) are two of the most commonly used acronyms, with mentions thrown into practically every department meeting, professional development seminar, and district conference. Though often discussed together, the two are not the same.
It is important to understand the differences between RTI and MTSS in order to properly utilize both in creating successful interventions and paths to success.
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