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A New Model of School DisciplineEngaging Students and Preventing Behavior Problems$
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David R. Dupper

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780195378078

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195378078.001.0001

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Best Practices in Reducing or Preventing Student Behavior Problems

Best Practices in Reducing or Preventing Student Behavior Problems

Multitiered Programs and Strategies

(p.35) Chapter 4 Best Practices in Reducing or Preventing Student Behavior Problems
A New Model of School Discipline

David R. Dupper

Oxford University Press

This chapter presents a rationale for developing and implementing comprehensive, multi-tiered interventions to reduce behavior problems in schools, and catalogs an array of empirically supported strategies and programs at each intervention level (i.e., primary/universal, secondary/targeted, and tertiary/remedial) designed to meet the needs of students while also meeting the unique needs of an individual school district in the most effective, pragmatic, and cost-efficient manner possible. It also discusses widely used school security measures that have not been empirically supported in improving school climate or reducing student behavior problems and makes a series of recommendations for improving the ways in which school discipline data are collected and reported to the general public.

Keywords:   multi-tiered interventions, empirically supported interventions, school security, discipline data

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