Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Evidence-Based Practices - Academic Intervention

Parents want to know what academic interventions have shown convincing evidence that help children make progress in math, reading and writing. The National Center on Intensive Intervention publishes this tools chart to assist educators and families in becoming informed consumers who can select intervention programs that best meet their individual needs. To understand more about evidenced or researched based practices in school, Click HERE . . .
Parents can start the conversation with their child's school about the evidenced based programs they are currently using to meet the individualized academic needs of students with disabilities. This tool chart study can be helpful in guiding the discussion and ultimately finding the program that helps a child make progress.

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