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<> endobj Longitudinal multilevel analyses on data from 2,507 staff revealed a significant effect of PBIS on staff reports of the schools' overall organizational health, resource influence, and staff affiliation over a 3-year period. <> <> After trim spaces title : Special Educators as Coaches to Support Paraprofessional Implementation of Functional Communication Training, After trim spaces title : Promoting Equity in Teachers’ Use of Behavior-Specific Praise With Self-Monitoring and Performance Feedback, After trim spaces title : Examining Commitment to Prevention, Equity, and Meaningful Engagement: A Review of School District Discipline Policies, After trim spaces title : Secondary Teachers’ Self-Efficacy During Initial Implementation of Comprehensive, Integrated, Three-Tiered Models, After trim spaces title : Relationships Between Systematically Observed Movement Integration and Classroom Management in Elementary Schools, After trim spaces title : Treatment Components and Participant Characteristics Associated With Outcomes in Self-Monitoring Interventions, After trim spaces title : A Systematic Review of the Effects of Schoolwide Intervention Programs on Student and Teacher Perceptions of School Climate, After trim spaces title : Improving Conversational Fluidity in Young Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorder Using a Video-Feedback Intervention, After trim spaces title : “Stop Doing That!”: Effects of Teacher Reprimands on Student Disruptive Behavior and Engagement, After trim spaces title : Classroom-Level Positive Behavior Supports in Schools Implementing SW-PBIS: Identifying Areas for Enhancement, After trim spaces title : Improving Student Behavior in Middle Schools: Results of a Classroom Management Intervention, After trim spaces title : Relationship Between School-Wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports and Academic, Attendance, and Behavior Outcomes in High Schools, After trim spaces title : Empirically Derived Profiles of Teacher Stress, Burnout, Self-Efficacy, and Coping and Associated Student Outcomes, After trim spaces title : The Effects of Self-Monitoring and Performance Feedback on the Treatment Integrity of Behavior Intervention Plan Implementation and Generalization, After trim spaces title : Positive Greetings at the Door: Evaluation of a Low-Cost, High-Yield Proactive Classroom Management Strategy, After trim spaces title : A Quasi-Experimental Design Analysis of the Effects of School-Wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports on Discipline in Florida, After trim spaces title : Examining the Effects of Schoolwide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports on Student Outcomes: Results From a Randomized Controlled Effectiveness Trial in Elementary Schools, After trim spaces title : The Relationship Between School-Wide Implementation of Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports and Student Discipline Outcomes, After trim spaces title : Improving Implementation of Function-Based Interventions: Self-Monitoring, Data Collection, and Data Review, After trim spaces title : Function-Based Intervention in Inclusive School Settings: A Meta-Analysis, After trim spaces title : Comparability of Fidelity Measures for Assessing Tier 1 School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, After trim spaces title : Increasing Teachers’ Use of Behavior-Specific Praise Using a Multitiered System for Professional Development, After trim spaces title : Increasing In-Service Teacher Implementation of Classroom Management Practices Through Consultation, Implementation Planning, and Participant Modeling, After trim spaces title : An Investigation of Multitiered Behavioral Interventions on Disruptive Behavior and Academic Engagement of Elementary Students, After trim spaces title : Extending the Direct Behavior Rating: An Examination of Schoolwide Behavior Ratings and Academic Engagement.

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