Response to Intervention (RTI)

Response to intervention integrates assessment and intervention within a multi-level prevention system to maximize student achievement and to reduce behavior problems. With RTI, schools identify students at risk for poor learning outcomes, monitor student progress, provide evidence-based interventions and adjust the intensity and nature of those interventions depending on a student’s responsiveness, and identify students with learning disabilities.

In Roseburg Public Schools,MTI is a structured, systematic, sustainable process designed to respond to the needs of all students.

Roseburg Public Schools is also the Southern Oregon RTI Regional Support Center (SOrRTI) for school districts who are part of the Oregon RTI Project.

For more information about RTI in Roseburg Public Schools, contact:


Jill Weber
Program Coordinator
Department of Teaching and Learning


  • Roseburg
  • Professional
    Development Modules
  • Related Documents/

Roseburg RTI (MTI) Documents

MTI Manual

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  • Responding to K-5 Students – Multi-Tiered Writing Instruction
  • Responding to 6-12 Students – Multi-Tiered Writing Instruction


  • Responding to K-5 Students – Multi-Tiered Math Instruction
  • Responding to 6-12 Students – Multi-Tiered Math Instruction

Behavior and Attendance

Professional Development Modules

#1 – “If You Believe It, You Will See It”

#2 – An Introduction to MTI in Roseburg Public Schools:  RTI, Professional Learning Communities and How to Respond When Kid’s Don’t Learn

#3 – PLCs, MTI, and Differentiation

#4 – MTI Fall 2010 Administrator/Teacher Training

#5 – On the Same Page, 2010-11

#6 – Responding to K-12 Students, 2011-12