The Response to Intervention provides specific help to students that have been identified as having problems in school. When students have problems that do not respond to traditional solutions, parents and teachers may work together during the RTI process. Each grade has a multitude of things to try and help the student overcome any problem(s). This process may continue for as little as six weeks or as long as a year or more. If serious problems and no workable solutions are found, referrals will be made for further testing. The RTI team includes the student's teachers, counselors, administrators and parents.