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Continuous Improvement: Meeting the Needs for all North Dakota Students

NDMTSS: An Introduction (video)

Improving Student Success through NDMTSS

North Dakota Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)
North Dakota’s Multi-Tier System of Supports (NDMTSS) is a framework to provide all students with the best opportunities to succeed academically and behaviorally in school. NDMTSS focuses on providing high-quality instruction and interventions matched to student need, monitoring progress frequently to make decisions about changes in instruction or goals. Data are used to allocate resources to improve student learning and support staff implementation of effective practices.

North Dakota MTSS Project Overview
North Dakota’s Multi-Tier System of Supports Project is led by the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services through a State Personnel Development Grant from U. S. Department of Education – Office of Special Education Programs. This project is designed to help schools develop school-wide support systems in academics and behavior.
Statewide ND MTSS Professional Development Opportunities
North Dakota’s Multi-Tier System of Supports (ND MTSS) Project is in the fifth year. Three REAs have taken the lead offering statewide training.  If your school or district is interested in training opportunities or would like more information about ND MTSS, contact MDEC, SEEC, and MREC REAs.

Luke Schaefer                                                                         
Mid-Dakota Education Cooperative (MDEC)                           
Phone (701) 838-3025                                                            
Missouri River Education Cooperative (MREC)                         
Phone: 701-751-4041                                                                         
Jennifer Glasheen
Southeast Education Cooperative (SEEC)
Phone (701) 446-3170
NDDPI SPDG Coordinator
Phone: 701-328-3731