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The Nebraska Multi-tiered Systems of Support (NeMTSS) team is excited to launch its new Program Comparison Tool.

The popular resource has been revamped from a static chart into a dynamic, web-based format for easy sorting and filtering — making it more efficient for Nebraska teachers, administrators and other decision-makers to identify programs and interventions that fit their school community best.

The Program Comparison Tool allows users to evaluate and compare information on more than 80 academic and social-emotional learning programs and interventions, covering the following domains:

  • Reading
  • Math
  • Oral language
  • Writing
  • Behavior and social-emotional learning

“The Program Comparison Tool is a free resource designed to help educators better understand intervention components and the empirical evidence behind them,” said Amanda Witte, NeMTSS co-lead and research assistant professor, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

The resource can also be used to inform educators’ decisions about programs that may work well for their students and help school districts evaluate the “goodness of fit” among potential programs and interventions.

Learn more about and explore the Program Comparison Tool.