State Tools

The tools listed below were collected during 2007, 2008, and 2009 as part of the project that produced this online tool (RTI CTRL). This project is described in our report Conversations with Practitioners: Current Practice in Statewide RTI Implementation - Recommendations and Frequently Asked Questions, which can be downloaded from this site.

These PDF files are just a small sample of the types of forms, tools, and brochures that states were using in their RTI implementation at that time. All program, student, and school identifying information has been removed from these documents; state identifying information has also been removed in some cases. More current tools may be found at the response to intervention (RTI) Web sites developed by the eight states that participate in this project: Alaska, California, Idaho, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Texas, Wyoming, and Vermont, and in the National Center on RTI's State Database.

DISCLAIMER: The tools below have not been reviewed, vetted, or endorsed by the Center on Instruction or the U.S. Department of Education. They were developed as resources for use by the states that participate in this project and were not intended to have a broader use. They are listed here simply as a way to fulfill a commonly received request for examples of tools that states use in their RTI implementation. Those wishing to use these tools in their own states should consider modifying the tools to meet the unique needs of their educational setting(s).