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Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports — A Strategy Brief

from University of Nebraska-Lincoln

While detention, suspension and expulsion are continuously found to be ineffective at reducing problem behavior, school-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports have strong support for being effective. PBIS is a school-wide framework for preventing, reducing, and replacing problem behaviors. This framework has been implemented in thousands of schools across the nation with the goal of teaching positive, appropriate behaviors to replace the inappropriate behaviors of students. PBIS operates within a 3-tier model of intervention supports, in which tier-1 supports serve the entire school population, tier-2 supports serve a selected group of students identified as needing additional supports, and tier-3 supports serve students with the most intense behavioral concerns in need of individualized supports to succeed in school.

Click on the following link for more information on Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports: (http://go.unl.edu/dx39). Then click on the red button to download the pdf and read more. Find Strategy Briefs on over forty other topics at: http://k12engagement.unl.edu. more


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