Three Validity Studies of the Daily Progress Report in Relationship to the Check, Connect, and Expect Intervention

@article{Stage2012ThreeVS,
  title={Three Validity Studies of the Daily Progress Report in Relationship to the Check, Connect, and Expect Intervention},
  author={Scott A. Stage and Douglas A. Cheney and Lori Lynass and Christine Mielenz and Andrea Lynn Flower},
  journal={Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions},
  year={2012},
  volume={14},
  pages={181 - 191}
}
Elementary students (N = 104) at risk for severe behavior problems or with special education eligibility participated in three validity studies of the daily progress report (DPR) used in a Tier 2 behavioral intervention known as Check, Connect, and Expect (CCE). In Study 1, the relationship between teachers’ ratings of students’ externalizing problem behavior and students’ DPR scores was established. In Study 2, behavior specialists’ use of the DPR to make student treatment decisions in the CCE… Expand

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