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  • This informational brochure on using student RtI data in a multi-tiered system of supports. A multi-tiered system, often referred to as the RtI framework, provides parents with an overview along with some ideas for how parents can get engaged with the school team. Recommendations are provided for parents if they believe their child is struggling, including a list of key questions to guide conversations with educators.
  • This is a Spanish version of the informational brochure on using RtI data in a multi-tiered system of supports that provides parents with an overview along with some ideas for how parents can get engaged with the school team. Recommendations are provided for parents if they believe their child is struggling, including a list of key questions to guide conversations with educators.
  • This is a Creole version of the informational brochure on using RtI data in a multi-tiered system of supports that provides parents with an overview along with some ideas for how parents can get engaged with the school team. Recommendations are provided for parents if they believe their child is struggling, including a list of key questions to guide conversations with educators.
  • This brochure clarifies the role of Special Education evaluation as part of Florida’s multi-tiered system of supports. The process for requesting an evaluation along with a description of what the evaluation might look like and what parents can expect from a special education evaluation are provided.
  • The Parent Resource Guide Print Version is a half page flyer that schools can print and disseminate to parents and teachers for awareness of resources available to them to increase family engagement within a multi-tiered system of supports.
  • The Parent Resource Guide Digital Version is for downloading and works great for parents and teachers who want to view and access a variety of specific resources to increase family engagement within a multi-tiered system of supports. 
  • This PowerPoint presentation was designed to provide an overview of using RtI data within a multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) to family and community member audiences to increase awareness and understanding of MTSS. The presentation includes speaker notes to ensure a consistent message is being shared with stakeholders. Educators can use this as a tool to increase awareness and understanding of MTSS among families and community members. Families can use this as a tool to increase their own knowledge and understanding of MTSS.
  • This PowerPoint presentation was designed to provide an overview of using RtI data within a multi-tiered system of supports to Spanish-speaking family and community member audiences to increase awareness and understanding of MTSS. The presentation includes speaker notes to ensure a consistent message is being shared with all stakeholders. Educators can use this as a tool to increase awareness and understanding of MTSS among families and community members. Families can use this as a tool to increase their own knowledge and understanding of MTSS.
  • This PowerPoint presentation was designed to increase educators’ knowledge and understanding of how to engage families as planning/problem-solving team members within the multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS). This tool can be used for professional development to build capacity for engaging families in MTSS. 
  • This public forum is designed for parents to ask questions and voice ideas at the state level. The portal features a parent blog, discussion board, and announcements page with more education resources coming soon.
  • This link provides parents with information about Statewide Standardized Assessments, Florida Education Standards, and the Department of Education
  • This informational resource provides families with applications that are specifically designed to help build their child's levels of academic, social, and psychological engagement. Depending on the application, they can be installed on an iPhone, iPod Touch, or an iPad and used with your child anywhere; on-the-go. This resource was developed by the Technology & Learning Connections Team, Florida's MTSS Projects, University of South Florida.