This document summarizes findings from a Center on Instruction meeting of eight states and respective RCCs to identify important implementation considerations and recommended technical assistance strategies at the state level. The Center on Instruction is working to identify practices that may be effective in implementing Response to intervention (RTI) at the school, district, and state levels. A planning meeting with representatives from each of the eight participating states and their respective Regional Comprehensive Centers was held in March 2008. Participants identified important implementation considerations and recommended technical assistance strategies related to the implementation of RTI at the state level. This document summarizes the findings from the meeting. In addition, a series of frequently asked questions about state-level RTI implementation is interspersed throughout the document. Information on school-level implementation of RTI can be found in Implementing Response to Intervention: Practices and Perspectives from Five Schools – Frequently Asked Questions, which is also available for download on this website.