Date of Award
Program or Major
Master of Arts
David J Hebert
Though a Response to Intervention model has been found to be effective in a public school setting, there are few studies that evaluate the effectiveness of an RTI model in an alternative school setting. This study compared mean frequencies of disruptive behavior in an alternative school setting that had chosen to implement an RTI model.
The data indicated that the frequencies of disruptive behavior were not significantly different after the implementation of the RTI model. The study was confounded by other programs being implemented at the same time and also affected by a lack of fidelity to the RTI model.
Marston, James C., "The effectiveness of a tiered, RTI model on decreasing the frequency of disruptive behavior of students in an alternative school setting" (2010). Master's Theses and Capstones. 135.