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North Dakota’s Multi-Tier System of Supports (NDMTSS) is a framework to provide all students with the best opportunities to succeed academically and behaviorally in school. NDMTSS focuses on providing high-quality instruction and interventions matched to student need, monitoring progress frequently to make decisions about changes in instruction or goals. Data are used to allocate resources to improve student learning and support staff implementation of effective practices.
"Wayne is UNBELIEVABLE! He remembers grade levels and information about everything we have asked of him! I am amazed." [Evaluating Your System]
"It clarified the MTSS process to me and it gave my team an action plan with which to start the process at our school." [Building Your Systems]
"We know that our support system has weaknesses. But this training gave us a way to systematically approach the task of assessing where those weakness are exactly." [Building Your Systems]
"Because of this training we have implemented uniform pathways in math and reading for all students in grades 1-10 in ALL of our buildings!"
"We are a better school for having gone through this training. It has gone from "my kids" to "our kids" approach."
"Wayne helped us deliver the "message" of MTSS to our HS staff, refined our plans for the upcoming school year and assess the strategies at the elementary school."
"This training transformed my job description... and I'm SO THANKFUL for that!"
"We've made lots of positive changes in our middle school. Now, we can focus on beefing up our core instead of always trying to catch those intensive kids, because we know their needs are already being met. Yay!"
"The beauty of a training session such as this is the opportunity to plan with our team, uninterrupted. That's hard to do in the school building. I also like how Wayne has it set up - so we can actually accomplish something while here. This is SO good for us!" [Evaluating Your System]
Visit www.ndmtss.org for more information.