Positive Behavior Supports: Tier 2 Interventions in Middle Schools

@article{Hoyle2011PositiveBS,
  title={Positive Behavior Supports: Tier 2 Interventions in Middle Schools},
  author={Carolyn Hoyle and Kathleen J. Marshall and Mitchell L. Yell},
  journal={Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth},
  year={2011},
  volume={55},
  pages={164 - 170}
}
School personnel are using Schoolwide Positive Behavior Supports in public schools throughout the United States. A number of studies have evaluated the universal level, or Tier 1, of Schoolwide Positive Behavior Supports. In this study, the authors describe and analyze the interventions offered as options for use for Tier 2 in middle schools reported by a nationwide sample of Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support contacts. They also examine the methods used to evaluate the success of those… Expand
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