Student Success as Part of MTSS

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We believe Student Success is a tool that will help you implement and improve data-informed decision making and multi-tiered systems of supports in your district, but the tool isn't the only piece of the puzzle. Whether you already have an MTSS system in place and are looking to remove data silos with Student Success, or you are hoping that Student Success will help you shape a new system in your district, it is important to be aware of the shifts you and your team may need to make to your daily practices.

The video below will support you in engaging in a discussion with your team about structural, technical, and adaptive changes you may need to make to ensure Student Success is a part of your successful MTSS or data programs.

Technical challenges, such as data silos, are easy to identify and can be solved with technical tools, like Student Success, to alleviate some of the difficulty of your work with students.

Adaptive challenges, such as overcoming deficit-based thinking, can be difficult to identify and require human changes in mindset, beliefs, relationships, and approaches to work.

Structural changes may need to happen to address adaptive challenges you are addressing in your district's existing MTSS processes.

"Effective implementation of MTSS is both technical and adaptive. It requires specific adult skills and mindsets that must be taught, modeled, coached, and nurtured.

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