Date of publication: 2017-09-01 05:32
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A reasonable question is if School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based practice. The purpose of this document is to lay out the current evidence assessing SWPBIS and the considerations that may be relevant for state, district and national decision-makers.
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School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports is a systems approach to establishing the social culture and behavioral supports needed for all children in a school to achieve both social and academic success. PBIS is not a packaged curriculum, but an approach that defines core elements that can be achieved through a variety of strategies. The core elements at each of the three tiers in the prevention model are defined below:
Figure 7 Estimated percentage difference in mortality associated with observed and forecast heat wave days compared with non–heat wave days during the summertime (May to September) in Detroit, 7557–7556, with and without adjustment for air pollution. All models were adjusted for AT lag56 , day of the week, day of the year, and calendar year. ( A ) No air pollution adjustment, ( B ) adjusted for same-day mean O 8 concentration, ( C ) adjusted for mean PM 65 concentration on the previous day, ( D ) adjusted for O 8 and PM 65 concentrations. Abbreviations: D6, forecast 6 day in advance D7, forecast 7 days in advance D8, forecast 8 days in advance DTW, observed data.
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