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Boy reading aloneSchools continue to suspend and expel students with disabilities for behavior caused by their disabilities. If you are advocating for a child with behavior problems, these articles and resources will help.

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate we answer questions about behavior assessments, positive intervention plans and support, and what you can do to get help for children with behavior problems.

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Functional Behavior Assessments

Confused about discipline and behavior assessments and interventions? You aren't alone! Get the 411 on FBAs.

Functional Behavioral Assessments: What? Why? When? Where? Who? by Dr. Stephen Starin.

 
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FBA & Positive Interventions: What Parents Need to Know

Is your child a problem? Does your child have a problem? Is suspension from school "good medicine for bad behavior?" Do you need strategies to assess problem behavior and teach appropriate behavior skills to children?

Find what you need in... Functional Behavioral Assessments & Positive Interventions: What Parents Need to Know by Dixie Jordan

 

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IEP Team's Introduction To Functional Behavior Assessments & Behavior Intervention Plans

Learn about the IEP Team's responsibility for developing proactive instructional strategies, including positive behavioral interventions and supports, to address behaviors that interfere with learning. Download free

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