Answered By: Jeffrey Orrico
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2017     Views: 95

SRBI is an extension of the RTI (response to intervention) program in K-12 education. It is used for both regular and special-education students. A report on its implementation by the Center on Instruction, "A Summary of Nine Key Studies: Multi-Tier Intervention and Response to Interventions for Students Struggling in Mathematics," is available at

A recent scholarly article (available through our library's Educator's Reference Complete  database) is

BINEHAM, S. C., SHELBY, L., PAZEY, B. L., & YATES, J. R. (2014). Response to Intervention: Perspectives of General and Special Education Professionals. Journal Of School Leadership, 24(2), 230-252.

 The Connecticut Department of Education offers a number of online publications for parents and educators describing the SRBI program:

More detailed description of strategies is offered by Robert J. Marzano and other in the book Classroom instruction that works [electronic resource] : research-based strategies for increasing student achievement, available in print and eBooks format in the library. 

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