The first annual “State of the Database” report is available. It describes the schools using RtIB, how the system is used, and what some of the Tier 1/2/3 data look like across the state.
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) offer the potential to transform student outcomes, but only if educators have access to the right data to answer critical questions about their school and district.
While traditional behavior data systems focus on reporting requirements, the RtI:B Database was designed for the sole purpose of supporting effective school and district level problem solving. Created by the group that developed Florida’s model of MTSS for behavior, the database allows users to analyze systems-level and individual issues at Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3. It’s free to public schools in Florida as a supplemental resource or as a model for your district’s own data system. Learn more…
What can the Database do for you?
Watch this overview video and find out!