The right intervention programs and systems can be the difference in academic success for students in need of them. What should you look for in an intervention solution? How should it differ from your on-grade level instructional resources? This whitepaper takes a dive into what the right intervention tools can offer for students while dispelling misconceptions about multi-tiered systems of support. Acclaimed education journalist, Scott Sterling, discusses the ways collaborative decision-making can identify individual students' needs and ensure the programs in place effectively support student learning.
About the Author
Scott Sterling is an education journalist and commentator with experience in Title I education. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Education Week, District Administration, and other digital outlets. He is based in St. Petersburg, Florida.