Building Multitiered Systems of Supports for Students From the Ground Up
Thursday, November 3, 2016, 2 to 3 p.m. ET
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How do school districts sustain response-to-intervention strategies and other forms of multitiered systems of supports? It can be a bumpy road, but you have to celebrate the small wins along the way.
In this chat, John O'Connor, the director of interventions and assessment for the 42,000-student Henry County, Ga., school district, answers your questions and shares the victories, challenges and lessons learned while supporting a districtwide multitiered system of supports initiative.
John O'Connor, director of student support programming, Henry County Schools, Ga.
Christina Samuels, assistant editor, Education Week
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