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What features are available in the DORA RtI report?
We've added multiple features to the RtI reports available for DORA. For the "1st to 5th Grade Reading Intervention Screening" and "6th to 8th Grade Reading Intervention Screening" reports, we've added a grade range. So when an administrator or teacher runs this report on a larger pool of students, he or she can filter down the results by grade.

Next for the "DORA RtI Grade K-1 Analysis" report, we've added two threshold variables that will allow administrators to sort their K-1 students into Tier 1, 2, and 3 RtI groups based on the total score generated by this report. See the screen shots below.

The two threshold variables will allow administrators to adjust how students will be broken into Tier 1, 2, and 3 groups for RtI. Total score ranges from 0 to 3 for this report. The thresholds only show up when looking at a single grade. So the grade range must be either K to K or 1 to 1.
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