You have been to conferences or in-services and are still confused. As a result of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and reauthorization of IDEA 2004, RTI is w a mandated process for documenting the existence or nexistence of a learning disability for students struggling in the classroom. Many educators and parents have expressed that they find RTI hard to understand and too time consuming. If this is true for you as well, then RTI: SIMPLIFIED: A School Counselor's Guide to Response to Intervention and Good Character is the book you need. School counselor Caroline Graham takes on the challenge of breaking the RTI process down to the bare minimum in this easy to read manual that includes electronic forms and intervention menus so that educators can easily plug in a student's information. Every child deserves success in the classroom, and this book aids educators in the quest to extend that opportunity to even the most challenging student.