In October 2014, in OESE awarded the first round of SCTGs to 12 SEAs and 71 LEAs. In September 2018, OESE funded a second round of 14 SEAs (5 of the 14 SEAs also received a SCTG in 2014). In October 2019, OESE funded a second round of 69 unique LEAs. The Office of Safe and Supportive Schools (OSSS), within OESE, provides oversight for the SEAs (Amy Banks) and LEAs (Carlette KyserPegram & Nicole White) awarded SCTGs.
The PBIS Center provides a full range of TA resources to any school, district, or state that is interested in developing leadership team implementation capacity and establishing a MTSS framework to support implementation of evidence-based practices. The PBIS Center also provides unique TA opportunities to LEAs and SEAs awarded SCTGs. All TA provided by the PBIS Center emphasizes development of local capacity so that schools, LEAs, and SEAs have access to local personnel with the expertise to guide and sustain implementation of PBIS with fidelity and impact. LEAs and SEAs are encouraged to take advantage of local in-state supports and on-going partnerships with PBIS Center Partners and State Coordinators.
In this issue of SCTG News, we discuss and provide resources related to increasing equity.
Opening Remarks and SEA-SCTG Presentation
A brief update to review how LEA and SEA sites can take advantage of information and resources found at the website
Check out these samples, case studies and lesson plans and use them as a springboard to improve your own implementationLearn More
Resources in this section include journal articles, templates, practice descriptions, fact sheets, and much more.Learn More
Presentations about their experiences, published research, and best practices from recent sessions, webinars, and trainingsLearn More
Publications listed below include every eBook, monograph, brief, and guide written by the PBIS Technical Assistance Center.Learn More
This website was developed under a grant from the US Department of Education, #H326S180001. However, the contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government. Project Officer, Renee Bradley. Please cite as: OSEP Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (2019). Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports [Website]. Retrieved from www.pbis.org.