Volume 36, Number 3, August 2013

Table of Contents

PBIS as Prevention for High-Risk Youth in Alternative Education, Residential, and Juvenile Justice Settings

Kristine Jolivette, Georgia State University, Nicole Cain Swoszowski, The University of Alabama, and Robin Parks Ennis, Clemson University

PBIS as Prevention for High-Risk Youth in Alternative Education, Residential, and Juvenile Justice Settings

pp. 1-2
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PBIS in Alternative Education Settings: Positive Support for Youth with High-Risk Behavior

pp. 3-14
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Closing the Achievement Gap of Youth with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders through Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

pp. 15-29
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Voices from the Field: Stakeholder Perspectives on PBIS Implementation in Alternative Educational Settings

pp. 31-46
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Three-Tiered Support for Students with E/BD: Highlights of the Universal Tier

pp. 47-62
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The Effects of Tier II Check-in/Check-out Including Adaptation for Non-Responders on the Off-Task Behavior of Elementary Students in a Residential Setting

pp. 63-79
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STOP and DARE: Self-Regulated Strategy Development for Persuasive Writing with Elementary Students with E/BD in a Residential Facility

pp. 81-99
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Tertiary-Tier PBIS in Alternative, Residential and Correctional School Settings: Considering Intensity in the Delivery of Evidence-Based Practice

pp. 101-119
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Adopting and Adapting PBIS for Secure Juvenile Justice Settings: Lessons Learned

pp. 121-134
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Youth Outcomes Following Implementation of Universal SW-PBIS Strategies in a Texas Secure Juvenile Facility

pp. 135-145
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An Exploratory Survey of the Perceived Value of Coaching Activities to Support PBIS Implementation in Secure Juvenile Education Settings

pp. 147-160
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PBIS in Restrictive Settings: The Time is Now

pp. 161-174
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PBIS as Prevention for High-Risk Youth in Restrictive Settings: Where Do We Go From Here?

pp. 175-181
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PBIS as Prevention for High-Risk Youth in Alternative Education, Residential, and Juvenile Justice Settings

pp. 183-184
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