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Research conducted to date has highlighted barriers to initial adoption of universal behavior screening in schools. However, little is known regarding the experiences of those implementing these procedures and there have been no studies conducted examining the experiences of educators in different stages of implementing various tiered systems of su...
Integration of multitiered academic, behavioral, and social-emotional efforts, such as the implementation of a Comprehensive, Integrated, Three-Tiered (Ci3T) model of prevention, is critical for supporting student development across domains of functioning. In particular, universal behavior screening has been shown to predict outcomes across these d...
Objective To better understand how biracial/multiracial millennials make meaning of their multiple identities and racial socialization messages within their interracial families. Background A small body of research suggests that the content of parents' race messages to their biracial/multiracial children may have profound social and psychological...
Abstract: The education of English learners (ELs) is one of the major social justice challenges confronting school psychologists and other school personnel at all levels of the United States’ public education system. ELs’ educational experience has been characterized by an absence of social justice and repeated academic failure. There is a severe s...