Positive Behavior Interventions

Plus – Potluck & Gift Exchange

This workshop will help families understand the reason for behavioral assessments and positive interventions with a focus on behaviors that serve a specific purpose for a student. We will discuss using positive consequences versus punishment to change behavior, as well as what IDEA 2004 says concerning positive behavior interventions.

 


Positive Behavior Interventions

This workshop will help families understand the reason for behavioral assessments and positive interventions with a focus on behaviors that serve a specific purpose for a student. We will discuss using positive consequences versus punishment to change behavior, as well as what IDEA 2004 says concerning positive behavior interventions.

Childcare provided by The Warren Center but you must RSVP to Debbie Grace by the Thursday prior.


Positive Behavior Interventions

This workshop will help families understand the reason for behavioral assessments and positive interventions with a focus on behaviors that serve a specific purpose for a student. We will discuss using positive consequences versus punishment to change behavior, as well as what IDEA 2004 says concerning positive behavior interventions.


Positive Behavior Interventions

This workshop will help families understand the reason for behavioral assessments and positive interventions with a focus on behaviors that serve a specific purpose for a student. We will discuss using positive consequences versus punishment to change behavior, as well as what IDEA 2004 says concerning positive behavior interventions.


Positive Behavior Interventions

This workshop will help families understand the reason for behavioral assessments and positive interventions with a focus on behaviors that serve a specific purpose for a student. We will discuss using positive consequences versus punishment to change behavior, as well as what IDEA 2004 says concerning positive behavior interventions.

Childcare provided by The Warren Center but you must RSVP to Debbie Grace by the Thursday prior.


Ban on Solitary Confinement for Juveniles

On January 25, 2016, President Obama announced a series of executive actions that include a ban on solitary confinement for juvenile offenders in the federal prison system. These actions also limit the use of solitary confinement for all offenders who commit with “low-level infractions” and lower the maximum amount of time a prisoner can be placed in solitary confinement from 365 to 60 days. These executive actions apply to approximately 10,000 individuals who are currently serving time in federal prisons.

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