MTSS (Multi Tiered Systems of Support) is an instructional framework designed to maximize academic achievement and positive behavior. Using a tiered system of support, MTSS is a process that includes: an emphasis on outcomes, data-informed decision making, responsive evidence-based interventions and a focus on growth
MTSS includes several essential components including:
High-Quality Instruction: All students receive standards-based, culturally and linguistically-relevant instruction in their general education classroom by highly qualified teachers through differentiated instruction.
Positive Behavioral Support: The district and school staff collaboratively select and implement schoolwide, classroom, and research-based positive behavioral supports for achieving important social, emotional, and academic outcomes. The teacher is responsible for organizing a well managed classroom with a strong focus on integrating prevention and intervention strategies for effective instruction and consistent student support.
Data Collection and Monitoring: Staff collaborates to collect data to monitor the effectiveness of instruction and interventions and make adjustments in interventions as needed
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