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Secondary interventions, commonly referred to as Tier 2 supports in a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) framework, involve targeted academic and behavioral support provided to students who have been screened and identified as needing more than universal Tier 1 supports. These interventions are typically provided in small group settings, which may involve increased time dedicated to instruction or more intensive methods of instruction.

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