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PBIS Implementation Coordinator
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Tier III interventions are comprehensive, individualized and difficult to develop. The goal is to reduce the number of students who are not benefitting from prevention (Tier I) and/or early intervention (Tier II).
PBIS is a systems approach to support staff and a broad range of strategies to support students. The goal is to establish a positive and preventative school climate that allows schools to achieve important social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior with all students.
PBIS is a multi-tiered framework for matching instruction and support to student needs. Tier I focuses on establishing a school-wide foundation that will support the social success of about 80% of students. Tier II increases this support for about 10-15% of students who benefit from additional instruction, support and feedback. Finally, Tier III provides intensive and individualized support to the 1-5% of students whose needs require comprehensive strategies to increase their ability to succeed.
Download the Word document of PBIS At-a-Glance here.
While the focus on PBIS is the social-emotional and behavioral success of all students, it provides a framework for integrating multiple initiatives (e.g., RtI, Culturally Responsive Practices, Trauma-informed Care, Restorative Justice, etc.) so that the effectiveness and efficiency of all initiatives are enhanced. Specifically, PBIS implementation is associated with:
Reduction in disparities in the discipline system (i.e., equity concerns)
Download Word document version of Quick Overview of PBIS Three here