Data review processes are used to identify students in need of assistance and to determine strategies to meet their learning goals. Teachers analyze NWEA MAP scores, classroom assessments and homework results to identify specific areas for student improvement. This results in a tiered approach to service delivery and to allow teachers to select classroom strategies and interventions to utilize consistently across content areas. The schools also employ learning specialists to ensure success for students. Reading specialists and special education teachers use a co-teaching model to deliver services. Skillfully planned, differentiated instruction along with a fluid system of interventions ensure that all students achieve proficiency.