Beaumont ISD is committed to ensuring that each student makes significant academic progress. To do this, we continuously review data and information that indicates how each student is progressing. This process is called Response to Intervention.
Response to Intervention, or RtI, is the practice of meeting the academic and behavioral needs of all students through problem-solving with the following key elements:
High-quality instruction and research-based tiered interventions aligned with identified individual needs based on student data.
Frequent monitoring of student progress to enable results-based academic and/or behavioral decisions.
Use of student response data in making important educational decisions, such as those regarding placement, intervention, curriculum, and instructional goals and methodologies.
RtI in Beaumont ISD
Beaumont ISD uses Renaissance Learning's STAR 360 assessment three times each school year to conduct a Universal Screening of all students K-10 in reading math. Students requiring intervention in one area or both are monitored more regularly with STAR 360 to track the efficacy of ongoing instruction and intervention initiatives.
Response to Intervention (RtI) is a 3 - Tier Model for Intervention that provides all students with the instruction they require for learning success. The goal of RtI is to intervene early when students begin to struggle with learning or behavior. The RtI process prevents students from falling behind and developing learning or behavioral difficulties. RtI occurs at all grade levels with an emphasis on core content and behavior.
Parents are essential to their child’s success in school. Information from parents enhances decision making.