Interventions are significant in education delivery to struggling students in a bid to provide support in learning and behavior needs. Children with autism were identified as a group that face challenges in academics specifically in mathematics. As struggling students, autistic students should be offered instructions aimed at accelerating their learning at growing levels of intensity. Provided by special educators, general education teachers, and specialists, they monitor progress to access level of performance and learning rate of individual students. Tichá and Abery explain the tiers of intervention at 3 tiers (2018). Tier 1 involves delivery of instruction to the whole class, where students that did not show better results continue to tier 2. Tier 2 involve group intervention that include self-management, social skills groups, and academic support. Tier 3 focuses its efforts on the needs of individual students experiencing significant problems in social, academic, and behavioral domains.