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Special Education Systems
The Special Education Support staff provide support for Special Education Management and RtI Management software products.

Special Education Management Systems easily track and provide reporting information concerning CSE, CPSE, and 504 students.

RtI Management Systems help districts to document and track all aspects of the RtI process including universal screening, intervention services, and progress monitoring. 

 

 
SYSTEMS

Special Education Management
 
 
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RtI Management

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  Instructional Resources  
 
Looking for Instructional Resources to utilize with your RtI Program?

The MORIC Instructional Staff provides support for the following Response to Intervention Softwares:

AIMSWeb
Fast ForWord
FASTTMath
Read180
System 44

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Questions?
Special Education Support
afuller@moric.org
dmajewicz@moric.org
Announcements
2011–12 Academic Intervention Services Requirements - One Year Waiver Ends (10/19)
From Ken Slentz, Deputy Commissioner
Students who scored below the Level 3 Proficiency Standard (i.e., Level 1 or Level 2) on the 2010–11 New York State Testing Program (NYSTP) Grades 3–8 English Language Arts (ELA) or Mathematics assessment must be provided with Academic Intervention Services (AIS) or Response to Intervention (RtI) during the 2011-12 school year. The AIS waiver that permitted districts not to provide services during the 2010-11 school year to students scoring above a scale score of 650 but below the Level 3/Proficiency Standard on the 2009-10 NYTP Grades 3-8 ELA or math assessments was for one year only and is no longer in effect. As you will recall, this and other flexibilities were put in place as a transition to the new college and career ready aligned scores and the anticipated increase in AIS eligible students.

More info
RtI Program Timelines
Effective July 1, 2012, all school districts in NYS must have an RtI program in place as part of its evaluation process to determine if a student in grades K-4 is a student with a learning disability in the area of reading. (NYSED, 2009)
Resources
Files
 ais-rti-memo.pdf
2011–12 Academic Intervention Services Requirements - One Year Waiver Ends
NYSED Memo
 guidance-oct10.pdf
NYSED Response to Intervention: Guidance for New York State School Districts. Response to Intervention (RtI)

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