Delaware MTSS Resources

MTSS is a framework that is designed to meet the needs of the whole child through an integrated multi-level prevention system. MTSS uses team-based leadership, and data-based decision making, to meet the academic and non-academic needs of all students. High quality core academic instruction and non academic practices are provided as universal supports to all children. Evidence-based intervention and supports are matched to student needs and informed by ongoing progress monitoring and additional assessments.

How can families get involved?

  • Ask how MTSS works in your child’s school
  • Talk to your child’s teacher about your child’s strengths and needs—Check out PIC’s ‘Talking with your Child’s Teacher’ for specific tips you can use when sharing information about your child
  • Learn more about MTSS by accessing the links below

Additional Resources:

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Booklet: Working with the school to support your child’s academic, behavior and social-emotional development. Is your child struggling in school academically, behaviorally, or socially? Have you talked with your child’s school team about MTSS?
How can you support your child’s learning?  Where can you find more information about MTSS?


Tiered System of Supports 

  • Understanding Multi-tiered System of Support – A quick overview video explaining MTSS

Data-based Decision Making 

Team-Based Leadership

Comprehensive Assessment System 

Evaluation and Selection of Academic and Non-academic Resources, Supports, and Interventions

For more information and resources:  

Delaware Department of Education MTSS webpage

MTSS Family Guide (Spanish)
MTSS Family Guide
MTSS Family Guide (Haitian Creole)
MTSS One Pager
MTSS One Pager (Spanish)
MTSS One Pager (H/C)

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