For information on implementing and sustaining an equitable multi-level system of supports in Wisconsin schools and districts please visit:
For Wisconsin schools and districts, implementing an equitable multi-level system of supports means providing equitable services, practices, and resources to every learner based upon responsiveness to effective instruction and intervention. In this system, high quality instruction, strategic use of data, and collaboration interact within a continuum of supports to facilitate learner success. Schools provide varying types of supports at differing levels of intensity to proactively and responsively adjust to the needs of the whole child. These include the knowledge, skills, and habits learners need for success beyond high school, including developmental, academic, behavioral, social and emotional skills.
For a printable version of the framework please see: Wisconsin’s Framework for Equitable Multi-Level Systems of Supports
The Role of Special Education within an Equitable Multi-Level System of Supports
Consent and Notification in a Multi-Level System of Supports: Frequently Asked Questions & Definitions
Licensure Requirements for Providing Interventions and Additional Challenges