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Our New Look

The American Institutes for Research (AIR) ran the National Center on Response to Intervention (NCRTI) from 2007-2012 with a grant from the Office of Special Education Programs. When the Center’s federal funding ended in 2012, AIR took over upkeep and maintenance of the Center’s website and products.

The website’s updated look reflects this change, but products developed under the NCRTI name continue to be available and free to the public. We have, however, reorganized our site to make products easier for users to search and find.

Please note that as a result of revisions to the website, links embedded within documents may no longer be correct. To ensure you are able to access supplemental or related materials search by the title of the document on the website.

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Response to Intervention integrates assessment and intervention within a multi‐level prevention system to maximize student achievement and reduce behavior problems.

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