Case example of the implementation of schoolwide positive behavior support in a high school settingPreventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth
Publisher NameTaylor and Francis
AbstractThe purpose of this case study was to expand the literature base regarding the application of high school schoolwide positive behavior support (PBS) in an urban setting for practitioners and policymakers to address behavior issues. In addition, the study describes the use of the Change Point Test as a method for analyzing time series data that are dependent in nature. The researchers used an existing case study example to guide the implementation of the intervention. The overall implementation of PBS reached full fidelity during the final year. Focused professional development may have been related to changes in statistically significant office discipline referral trends. Implications for practice, future research, and policies are addressed.
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© 2012Taylor & Francis
Citation InformationBohanon, H., Fenning, P., Hicks, K., Weber, S., Their, K., Akins. B., Morrissey, K., Briggs, A., Bartucci, G., Hoeper, L., Irvin, L., & McArdle, L. (2012). Case example of the implementation of schoolwide positive behavior support in a high school setting. Preventing School Failure, 56 (2), 92-103.