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RTI Web Site Launches

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The just-launched RTI Action Network, sponsored by the The National Center for Learning Disabilities, promises to be a good source of information on the educational process, one of the hottest topics in education.

NCLD has brought together some of the best-known names in the field to serve on the Web site’s advisory council, including George Batsche, Judy Elliott, Doug Fuchs, and Naomi Zigmond (all of whom I've had an opportunity to inteview for a recent article.) The “Ask the Experts” part of the Web site, which already has some questions and responses, should be particularly helpful for those who would like direct guidance.

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I believe that this is a great idea to have a network for us to recieve information from proffessionals. it will be very beneficial

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