Disability

High five. Child with downs syndrome giving high five to her teacher in classroom
Creating safe, supportive learning environments for children and youth with disabilities is a critical responsibility of all school personnel. Students receiving special education and related services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) have civil right protections, including a free and appropriate public education. To ensure a high-quality education prepares them for further education, employment, and independent living, students with disabilities need to be part of an inclusive school-wide system of positive behavior support. When implemented school-wide, the tiered framework of PBIS benefits all students – including students with disabilities.
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Examples

Check out these samples, case studies and lesson plans and use them as a springboard to improve your own implementation

Materials

Resources in this section include journal articles, templates, practice descriptions, fact sheets, and much more.

Presentations

Presentations about their experiences, published research, and best practices from recent sessions, webinars, and trainings

Publications

Publications listed below include every eBook, monograph, brief, and guide written by the PBIS Technical Assistance Center.

Video

Recordings here include keynotes and presentations about PBIS concepts as well tips for implementation.

Publications

Publications listed below include every eBook, monograph, brief, and guide written by the PBIS Technical Assistance Center.

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Video

Recordings here include keynotes and presentations about PBIS concepts as well tips for implementation.

Learn More