Appraising and Praising Systematic Work to Support Systems Change: Where We Might Be and Where We Might Go

  title={Appraising and Praising Systematic Work to Support Systems Change: Where We Might Be and Where We Might Go},
  author={George H. Noell},
  journal={School Psychology Review},
  pages={333 - 336}
  • G. Noell
  • Published 1 September 2008
  • Psychology
  • School Psychology Review
I appreciate the invitation to comment on the article by Reinke, Lewis-Palmer, and Merrell (2008) examining the Classroom Check-Up (CCU). Their work illustrates how far school psychology has come over the past decade in developing more sophisticated intervention practices. The opening section of this commentary will highlight the author's perceptions of the work's conceptual and empirical strengths. Reinke's and colleagues' contribution to the current issue also raises some interesting issues… Expand
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