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Author(s):RTI Action Network
Title:Recognition and response: Pathways to school success for young children
Organization:RTI Action Network
Short Description:RecognitionandResponse.org supports a new systemic approach that can help early educators and parents ensure early school success for all children, including those at risk for learning difficulties.
Annotation:RecognitionandResponse.org supports a new systemic approach that can help early educators and parents ensure early school success for all children, including those at risk for learning difficulties. This approach is consistent with best practice in early childhood education and with evidence that supports seamless and effective transition from Pre-K to the early school grades.
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Associated Keywords:
Early Childhood Education/School Readiness
Response to Intervention (RTI)
Students with Disabilities/Special Needs Students

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