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Questions for Families to Consider when Concerned about their Child’s Behavior

Are you concerned about your child’s behavior in school? This document is intended to assist families of children with disabilities that already have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) in asking questions to learn more about their child’s behavior in school. Some examples of questions families can ask their school are included and organized by the level of behavior concern, followed by a list of additional resources to consider.

Topic(s):

Disability

Family

Published:

December 8, 2021

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Location:

Keywords:

Assessment
Behavior
Individual
Intensive
Special education
Tier 3

Suggested
Citation:

Kern, L., Simonsen, B., George, H. P., Robbie, K., & Putnam, B. (December, 2021). Questions for Families to Consider when Concerned about their Child’s Behavior. Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. www.pbis.org

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