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MTSS Facilitator Endorsement 

The Metro RESA Model of the MTSS Endorsement is currently open for registration.

The current registration is ongoing for Cohort 2, which is an asynchronous/self-paced version of the endorsement.

Cohort 2 Informational Flyer 

 Registration Link

The MTSS Facilitator Endorsement at Metro RESA is a GaPSC approved preparation program that provides approved candidates with the coursework and related field experience required to add the MTSS Facilitator Endorsement to a current standard Georgia Professional Certificate.  Within the program, candidates explore the history and foundations of RTI/MTSS/SST, the problem-solving model, and develop plans for successful implementation. 

For additional information, contact the Metro RESA MTSS Facilitator Endorsement Coordinator, Iris Im

Meet the Coordinators


Iris Im, Metro RESA MTSS Endorsement Coordinator  

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Iris is a Georgia native and currently resides in the north Atlanta area. She graduated from Georgia State University with dual certification in early childhood and special education and then received a Master of Science degree in Math and Science Education. Her teaching experience includes interrelated resource, writing, math, science, and social studies in grades K-4. Additionally, she has served in the roles of math instructional coach, SST chair, SST Program Administrator, and currently serves as the Coordinator of Intervention Services for Fulton County Schools.

Outside of Fulton County Schools, she has served as a consultant for the Georgia Department of Education to create professional learning videos for teachers and a one-stop shop for vetted rigorous math instructional tasks. She is a strong advocate for students and learning, and she believes in building the capacity of others to give all students the best possible opportunity for achieving greatness.

Brandi Roberts, Metro RESA MTSS Endorsement Coordinator

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Brandi graduated from Albany State University (Albany, GA) with a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, as well as Strayer University with a master’s degree in educational leadership. She has also completed some doctoral coursework with Capella University in curriculum and instruction. She has experience teaching all elementary grades, Pre-K through 5th grade, and Early Intervention Program (EIP) self-contained and pull-out models. Additionally, she has had the opportunity to serve as SST Chairperson and currently serves as an MTSS Chairperson. She feels fortunate to be able to support other educators who have a passion for providing opportunities to students that meet all their needs. When Brandi is not work, she enjoys reading, volunteering, and spending time with her friends and family.