School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

The school-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports (SW PBIS) program is managed by the Minnesota Department of Education and is implemented in hundreds of Minnesota schools. PBIS is an evidence-based model that attempts to develop a school-wide positive behavior culture. The school status reports provide a summary of the status of PBIS implementation in Minnesota schools.


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Strategies for PBIS Schools - Reducing Discipline Disparities Across Race, Ethnicity, and Disability StatusLiterature ReviewSeptember 2016Amanda Petersen, Nicole MartinRogers
Spring 2016 Regional PBIS School Status and Training UpdatesEvaluationJune 2016Amanda Petersen, Nicole MartinRogers
Winter 2015 Regional PBIS School Status and Training UpdatesEvaluationJanuary 2016Amanda Petersen, Nicole MartinRogers
Fall 2015 Regional PBIS School Status and Training UpdatesEvaluationOctober 2015Amanda Petersen, Nicole MartinRogers
2014-2015 PBIS School Status Report - Cohorts 1-10EvaluationSeptember 2015Amanda Petersen, Nicole MartinRogers
Spring 2015 Training Report and School Status Update - Cohort 9 and 10EvaluationMay 2015Hollis Henry, Amanda Petersen, Nicole MartinRogers
Fall 2014 Regional PBIS School Status and Training UpdatesEvaluationOctober 2014Amanda Petersen, Nicole MartinRogers
Sustaining PBIS Implementation in Minnesota SchoolsLiterature ReviewJune 2014Amanda Petersen, Nicole MartinRogers
2012-2013 PBIS School Status Report, Cohorts 1-8EvaluationSeptember 2013Amanda Petersen, Nicole MartinRogers
2012-2013 PBIS Mid-Year School Status Report, Cohorts 1-8EvaluationJanuary 2013Muneer Karcher-Ramos
2011-2012 PBIS School Status Report, Cohorts 1-7EvaluationSeptember 2012Muneer Karcher-Ramos

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