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Standards for Essential Abilities and Dispositions

This links to instructions and to an online report form which you should complete at appropriate intervals for each of your interns.

Retention and Dismissal Policy

Standards for Essential Abilities and Dispositions

Assessment of Standards for Essential Abilities and Dispositions Form


Site Coordinator Three Year Experience Form
We must have a hard-copy of this form. Details for completion and return are on the form. 

Contact Us

Any of the staff or faculty members with Project RTI can be reached at dualtrac@uw.edu or by leaving a message at the Project office 253-692-4345.

About Project RTI

Project RTI is funded by a grant from the Office of Special Education Programs in the U.S. Department of Education to revise and restructure the UWT dual track (general and special education) teacher certification program. Principal investigators are Marcy Stein, PhD and Diane Kinder, PhD, University of Washington Tacoma.

The Project will prepare teachers to work in schools that are implementing an RTI model of service delivery to meet the needs of culturally, linguistically, economically and academically diverse students.

Assisting with restructuring efforts are Tom Bellamy, Director of the Goodlad Institute for Education Renewal, and Leslie Pyper, Learning Improvement Coordinator for special education at OSPI and Director of the State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) focused on RTI.