The targeted interventions described in the tables below have been selected based on research that suggests the practices used in the intervention program or resource can reduce specific skill deficits in reading or math. Schools select a combination of interventions based on number of students identified and their needs for support, time allocated in the master schedule, the number of educators allocated to implement the intervention, resources available for monitoring the fidelity of the implementation, and program cost.
Elementary schools deliver targeted intervention supports during skill-based instruction within the literacy and math blocks. Secondary schools deliver targeted intervention supports in a reading class or math lab in place of an elective course.
NOTE: Specific interventions used for special education or English Language Development (ELD) services are not listed; however, some students with disabilities or ELD needs may also be participating in intervention groups/classes where the supplemental interventions listed below are being utilized.