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The Process of Positive Behavior Support (PBS)

Step One: Building a Behavior Support Team

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References

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  • Thousand, J. & Villa, R. (1992). Collaborative teams: A powerful tool in school restructuring. In R. Villa, J.S. Thousand, W. Stainback, & S. Stainback, (Eds.), Restructuring for caring and effective education (pp. 73-108). Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Co.