Improve Intervention Efficacy with Insight to the Right Support

The Intervention Management module streamlines the referral process by connecting students in need to the right support services. The module allows educators to quickly assign services, track the fidelity, frequency, and efficacy of those efforts, and easily review and communicate progress or adjustment needs with stakeholders. 

Simplify the Intervention Process and Help Students Thrive

The Intervention Management module helps narrow gaps in intervention efficacy with a streamlined referral process. From one convenient platform, educators can analyze past intervention efforts, assign new support services, and monitor program progress and success.


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Intervention Management Framework

The Intervention Management framework consists of three domains supported by six Success Indicators that ensure all students receive the right support with fidelity.


View the number and profile of students in the system

See the personnel and intervention methods available

Track the stages of intervention delivery - from initial identification through completion


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