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Supporting Families with PBIS at HomeResource brief on supporting families with positive behavioral Interventions & support at home
The Oregon Equity Lens is one way to consider how decisions and actions attend to racial equity and social justice in decision making, as exclusionary discipline disproportionately affects students from certain backgrounds.
Discipline of Special Education Students under IDEA.
Practice briefs summarize the research PBIS practices and offer strategies for implementing them across settings. Think of these as how-to resources with references, citations, and practical applications
FREE learning training resource available to build skills in supporting students with behavioral needs in the school setting.
As with any training resources, it's critical to pair training with coaching and feedback to support real-world implementation. This website provides suggestions and guidance for how to maximize use of the training modules toward the goals of implementation and positive student outcomes. The Behavior Specialist Training includes all 7 modules and is for those who will be the leading behavior support efforts in the school. The School-wide Training consists of two modules for all staff in the school.
A model code on education & dignity
NCII builds the capacity to support implementation of intensive intervention in literacy, mathematics, and behavior for students with severe and persistent learning and/or behavioral needs, often in the context of their multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) or special education services. NCII’s approach to intensive intervention is data-based individualization (DBI), a research-based process that integrates the systematic use of assessment data, validated interventions, and intensification strategies.
The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) reviews the existing research on different programs, products, practices, and policies in education. Our goal is to provide educators with the information they need to make evidence-based decisions.
Ci3T models of prevention assist schools in creating a comprehensive systems-oriented approach to (a) integrate efforts to support the academic, behavioral, and social competencies of all students; (b) promote collaboration and teaming between all school and community stakeholders; and (c) support educators’ efficacy and well-being through data-informed professional learning, clear expectations for staff and students, and supportive, positive environments.
On June 6, 2019
Senate Bill 963 was signed into law by Governor Brown.
Senate Bill 963 changes the restraint and seclusion laws in Oregon public education programs. It's effective date is July 1, 2019.
Senate Bill 963 Memo
Per OAR 581-021-0563.
Details and end dates for OIS/SYNC in Oregon schools.
ODE Sample Forms: Restraint and Seclusion
OAR 581-021-0550 to 581-021-0570.
This Q&A provides summary information, with footnotes provided for readers who wish to review the relevant section of the full written law.
Spanish Language Version.
For more information on this topic contact
Lisa Bateman 504-947-5655.
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