Universal critical features (practices, data, and systems) working together to address equitable outcomes in the classroom.
Universal school-wide framework addressing systems, data, and practices that combine to support equitable outcomes for all.
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.
Organized framework across a district creating a common vision, with common outcomes, systems, and data features supporting effective and accurate implementation across schools.
Many New Hampshire schools continue to struggle with the complex social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students and staff alike. Failure to meet these needs not only affects academic achievement – it can also result in negative outcomes such as mental health...read more
The PBIS team at CBER UConn is co-directing the National Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS). On this $32.6 million U.S. Department of Education grant, the team at the University of Connecticut is serving as one of the...read more