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PBIS/RDP School-Wide Discipline 
A positive, consistent school-wide climate can eliminate many of the discipline problems which occur in schools. Some critical elements of a positive and safe school climate are developing school-wide rules and expectations, actively teaching all students these rules and expectations, ensuring adequate teacher supervision, recognizing when students follow the rules, and correcting and re-teaching the rules that have already been taught.
The following links are useful resources available to help schools build positive school climate:

PBIS Policy Brief - Economic Cost Comparison

Find out what the "cost of implementing school-wide positive behavior intervention supports is in comparison to the benefits from reducing suspensions...."

Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS)

The U. S. Department of Education's Office (DOE) of Special Education Programs (OSEP) is the funding source of the Technical Assistance Center that provides assistance to schools, districts and states build capacity for implementing positive behavior intervention supports.  Through a multi-tiered system of support, PBIS improves social, emotional, behavioral and academic skills students require in order to learn, feel safe and be successful in school.

National PTA:  Positive Statement - Positive School Discipline
National PTA supports positive school discipline policies that keep children in school and learning over exclusionary discipline policies (suspension and expulsion) that tends to exacerbate a child’s behavior problems by pushing students out of the place (school) created to support them and keep them safe.
Association For Positive Behavior Support - The Association for Positive Behavior Support is an international organization dedicated to the advancement of positive behavior support and holds a national conference each year.
Character Education Resources - This site has plenty of resources for use in teaching character education.
Foundations for Safe, Civil, and Productive Schools - One of the most comprehensive, data-driven, and positive models for change in school-wide climate. Written by Randy Sprick and published by Sopris West.
Second Step Curriculum - Second Step is a program for schools and families to use to encourage children to get along well with others.
PBIS/RDP Campus-Wide Behavior Contact:
Cheri Kahn
Education Specialist - Behavior/Discipline
(210) 370-5702

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