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The EHS Model: Implementing Response to Intervention at the Secondary Level

Abstract: Additionally, Empowered High Schools (EHS), an organization made up of two lifelong educators and high school administrators, works with schools and districts to answer this question: How can a school be designed as an understandable system so we know how each process supports every other process toward a unified purpose? The EHS systemic model—which includes professional learning teams and teacher leadership development—meets all the requirements of response to intervention theory and practice within the unique needs of an American secondary school.

Keywords: Primary and Secondary Education Brief

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