Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
The purpose of this research was to evaluate Response to Intervention (RtI) Tier II data and to determine its impact on student growth. Following the Patton (2008) utilization focused program evaluation model, information learned about staff practices with data in Tier II became available to users. A staff survey, statistical analysis of Tier II data, and an RtI form evaluation informed the program evaluation. Based on the evaluation of Tier II data concerns for this level of support were raised around its impact on student growth. Finally, Tier II data may not have been attended to sufficiently with implications for its future ability to safeguard against disproportionality. Recommendations to improve Tier II as an organizational tool were identified and shared with the district superintendent.
Saleem, Tammy, "Assessing Response To Intervention By The Extent To Which Tier II Supports Impacted Student Growth: The Story Of Response To Intervention (RtI) Practices In One Urban School District" (2020). Dissertations. 448.