The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, alongside key stakeholders, has created the Wisconsin’s Framework for Equitable Multi-Level Systems of Supports. This work represents our state’s evolution in best practice for developmental, academic, behavioral, social, and emotional supports within a system to ensures every learner graduates college and career ready.
Placing this work in a local context empowers schools and districts to help students sustain the best positive outcomes when it comes to their own learning. Ultimately, this framework supports any program that has one goal in mind - taking student learning to the next level.
Wisconsin’s Framework for Equitable Multi-Level Systems of Supports is a resource for all those providing, leading and supporting education in Wisconsin. This document provides a big picture view of equitable multi-level systems of supports.
For more information on implementing and sustaining an equitable Multi-Level System of Supports, visit the Wisconsin RtI Center website and contact the Technical Assistance Coordinator serving your region.