This webinar was the third of a series of webinars designed to provide an opportunity to engage with national experts in an interactive learning process centered on adolescent literacy best practices used in traditional content-area classrooms in grades 4-12. This webinar addressed the application of Response to Intervention (RTI) models in secondary school settings. Dr. Don Deshler, Director of the Center for Research on Learning (CRL) at the University of Kansas, discussed the Content Literacy Continuum (CLC), a tiered framework of academic supports designed to address the academically diverse needs of adolescent learners in subject matter classes in middle and high school settings. This session also described the CLC framework and the accompanying support structures that should be in place in secondary schools to effectively provide differentiated instruction to all students as well as the implications for professional development, structural change, and instruction. The PowerPoint presentation is available for download below, and the archived WebEx file can be accessed here.