Please mark your calendars for the next forum:

May 14-16th 2025

Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa, Mystic, CT


NEPBIS Administrator Academy

Are you an administrator in a school implementing PBIS?

Join us in the Administrator Academy!


The Progress Monitor

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Training of Trainers (TOT)

Are you interested in becoming an Endorsed NEPBIS Trainer?

Is your district doing GREAT PBIS work?

The NEPBIS Network is excited to announce a recognition program for school districts implementing PBIS throughout the northeast! Click on the button below to learn more. 


The mission of the NEPBIS Network is to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of PBIS implementation in schools and districts within the northeast states by enabling communications, information exchange, political visibility, technical assistance, and a professional bridge to the Association for Positive Behavior Support.


Establish the technical assistance network needed to deliver multi-tiered technical assistance to state education agencies to support state-level capacity for high fidelity, scaled, and sustained  implementation of the PBIS framework across 10 northeast states to improve social, emotional, behavioral, and academic outcomes for all students, including those with disabilities.
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Universal critical features (practices, data, and systems) working together to address equitable outcomes in the classroom.

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Tier 1

Universal school-wide framework addressing systems, data, and practices that combine to support equitable outcomes for all.

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Advanced Tiers

Enhance capacity of the system to address the various needs of some students who require additional targeted and individual supports to be successful in the environment.

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Organized framework across a district creating a common vision, with common outcomes, systems, and data features supporting effective and accurate implementation across schools.


Communities of Practice (CoP) are opportunities to join other PBIS facilitators in regularly scheduled virtual meetings to discuss implementation.

Are you a classroom teacher looking to strengthen your student behavior support practices?

Are you implementing PBIS in a high school?

Are you certified as a SWIS Facilitator?

Are you implementing PBIS in a psychiatric facility?

We’ve got a specially designed CoP just for you!


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Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusettes, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pensylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont