SSD Webinar Series: Targeted Behavioral Interventions

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Add to Calendar 2014-12-10 15:00:00 2014-12-10 15:00:00 SSD Webinar Series: Targeted Behavioral Interventions On December 10, 2014, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. ET, OJJDP, ED, and SAMHSA, in collaboration with the Center for Coordinated Assistance to States, the Council of State Governments, the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments, and the Supportive School Discipline Communities of Practice, will present "Targeted Behavior Interventions." This Webinar will examine the School Discipline Consensus Report and highlight strategies to support students with more intensive behavioral health needs. Presenters will discuss a variety of strategies, including but not limited to using and expanding early warning data systems and implementing student support teams and developing partnerships with external providers. This Webinar is the ninth event in the 2014 Supportive School Discipline Initiative series and the second focused on the School Discipline Consensus Report. The Webinar will be moderated by Nina Salomon (The Council of State Governments) and feature key experts in the field, including: Dr. Bob Balfanz (Johns Hopkins University) and Denine Goolsby (Cleveland Metropolitan School District). Register for this free Webinar. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

On December 10, 2014, OJJDP, ED, and SAMHSA, in collaboration with the Center for Coordinated Assistance to States, the Council of State Governments, the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments, and the Supportive School Discipline Communities of Practice, presented "Targeted Behavior Interventions." This Webinar examined the School Discipline Consensus Report and highlighted strategies to support students with more intensive behavioral health needs. Presenters discussed a variety of strategies, including but not limited to using and expanding early warning data systems and implementing student support teams and developing partnerships with external providers. This Webinar is the ninth event in the 2014 Supportive School Discipline Initiative series and the second focused on the School Discipline Consensus Report.

The Webinar will be moderated by Nina Salomon (The Council of State Governments) and feature key experts in the field, including: Dr. Bob Balfanz (Johns Hopkins University) and Denine Goolsby (Cleveland Metropolitan School District).

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On December 10, 2014, OJJDP, ED, and SAMHSA, in collaboration with the Center for Coordinated Assistance to States, the Council of State Governments, the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments, and the Supportive School Discipline Communities of Practice, presented "Targeted Behavior Interventions." This Webinar examined the School Discipline Consensus Report and highlighted strategies to support students with more intensive behavioral health needs. Presenters discussed a variety of strategies, including but not limited to using and expanding early warning data systems and implementing student support teams and developing partnerships with external providers. This Webinar is the ninth event in the 2014 Supportive School Discipline Initiative series and the second focused on the School Discipline Consensus Report.

The Webinar will be moderated by Nina Salomon (The Council of State Governments) and feature key experts in the field, including: Dr. Bob Balfanz (Johns Hopkins University) and Denine Goolsby (Cleveland Metropolitan School District).

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