Through an Oak Foundation Grant, the work of installing and implementing MTSS in secondary sites (middle and high schools) is more accessible. This page outlines the connection with the Oak Foundation and the work at selected Secondary Sites in North Carolina. To learn more about the Oak Foundation, please check out their website: __Oak Foundation Website__


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Attendance at National Conferences:

  • 2012/2013 RtI Innovations- all initial project sites

  • 2014- Kansas MTSS Symposium- all initial project sites

  • 2015- Kansas MTSS Symposium- expansion project sites



What North Carolina districts and schools have been leading this learning opportunity?

__Johnston County__:

__Cabarrus County__: __MTSS__

__Asheville City__:

__Carteret County__: