Oklahoma School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Multi-tiered Frameworks and Systems of Support

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Oklahoma School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Multi-tiered Frameworks and Systems of Support

Category: Prevention, Behavioral Interventions, and Supports
Subcategory: Multi-tiered Frameworks and Systems of Support
State: Oklahoma

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LAWS

§6-185. Incorporation of competencies and methods into programs approved for teacher preparation for competency-based teacher preparation system - Legislative intent.


A. The following competencies and methods shall be incorporated into the programs approved by the Commission for Educational Quality and Accountability for the competency-based teacher preparation system provided for in the Oklahoma Teacher Preparation Act:

2. The preservice program shall include the following methods to achieve the competencies listed in paragraph 1 of this subsection:

c. require teacher candidates in early childhood, elementary, secondary, and special education to study the philosophy, overarching framework, components, and implementation of multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) designed to address the core academic and nonacademic needs of all students. The program shall provide for training that utilizes evidence-based assessment, intervention, and data-based decision-making procedures within a tiered system of support to identify students at risk for negative academic or nonacademic outcomes. This training shall include, but not be limited to, the following areas as appropriate by grade band:

(3) the application of the behavioral sciences to classroom management that includes instruction on prevention of problematic behaviors, teaching appropriate behaviors, reinforcing appropriate behaviors, responding to problematic behaviors, and evaluating the effect of classroom management on student outcomes, and

(4) the identification and impact of trauma on student learning and trauma-informed responsive instruction,

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