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The Responsiveness to Intervention Approach and Language Impairment

Ehren, B.J., & Nelson, N.W. (2005). The responsiveness to intervention approach and language impairment. Topics in Language Disorders, 25(2), 119-131.

Topic: Response to Intervention
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This article examines the potential usefulness of a responsiveness to intervention approach for students with language impairments, including as a framework for identification and for enhancing services in schools.

 

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