level. Since it was caught in the early stages he may not need to go into special education classes and will be back to where he needs to be with the help of his teacher. Since Rosa Parks Middle School is using the RTI approach versus the IQ Achievement Discrepancy Model Compton did not have to come to the point of failing instead he was simply struggling with reading and with some intensive help and support from his teacher or another education professional. 4.Assume that your recommendation for Question 3 was implemented; unfortunately, Compton’s progress continues to be insufficient. Name and explain the next step in the RTI approach.Since the first step of intervention did not work for Compton he will be move to the next tier of the RTI process. Compton be moved to the third tier where he will go into special education classes. In these classes he will receive even more intensive instruction. Based upon monitoring he may be moved into a special education classroom. Compton may also be
5Case Study 2in need of one on one help where a paraprofessional can assist him. In some states or districts, students may receive either an abbreviated or comprehensive evaluation for the identification of a learning disability. Since Compton was identify in the early stages, he can receive the help he needs to get back on par so he can be in the regular education classes in the future. Many students have to struggle until failures because approaches like the IQ Achievement Discrepancy Model fail them although Compton is now in tier three he has greatly benefitted from the help he received in tier two.
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- Normal Distribution, RTI, Compton