Category Archives: resources


Prepared By The Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice

Mary Magee Quinn, Ph.D., Deputy Director, Center for Effective Collaboration and PracticeRobert A. Gable, Ph.D., Research Fellow, Old Dominion UniversityRobert B. Rutherford, Jr., Ph.D., Research Fellow, Arizona State UniversityC. Michael Nelson, Ed.D., Research Fellow, University Of KentuckyKenneth W. Howell, Ph.D., Research Fellow, Western Washington UniversityThe document has been broken up into several smaller pages for… Read More »

Below is a collection of articles and fact sheets on strategies to prevent school failure and antisocial behavior.

Below is a collection of articles and fact sheets on strategies to prevent school failure and antisocial behavior. The collection was prepared by the Center in February 1997. References are included at the end of each article. aqua.gif (326 bytes) Why Are We Surprised?aqua.gif (326 bytes) Paying Now or Paying Lateraqua.gif (326 bytes) Preventing School… Read More »

Antisocial behavior

Antisocial behavior involves “…recurring violations of socially prescribed patterns of behavior,” such as aggression, hostility, defiance, and destructiveness (Walker, Colvin, and Ramsey, 1995). Currently, between four and six million children and youth in schools have been identified as antisocial (only some of whom are identified as having an educational disability), and the numbers are increasing… Read More »

Resources from the Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education

New! The module on Students with Emotional Disturbance, from OSEP’s 20th Annual Report to Congress.The U.S. Department of Education released the Final Regulations for the 1997 amendments to the IDEA.Read the Disciplinary Guidelines regarding the 1997 amendements to the IDEA.The text of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 is available.Check out national… Read More »

Selected Resources Reviewed as of January 27, 2001

Adelman, H. S. (1996). Restructuring education support services and integrating community resources: Beyond the full service model. School Psychology Review, 25, 431-445.n Adelman, H. S. & Taylor, L. (1994). Pupil services and education reform. Paper presented at the “Safe Schools, Safe Students: A Collaborative Approach to Achieving Safe, Disciplined and Drug-Free Schools Conducive to Learning”… Read More »

ADDRESSING STUDENT PROBLEM BEHAVIOR:An IEP Team’s Introduction To Functional Behavioral Assessment And Behavior Intervention Plans

Individuals Assessing Behavior Persons responsible for conducting the functional behavioral assessment will vary from state to state and possibly from district to district. Some behavioral assessment procedures, such as standardized tests, may require an individual with specific training (e.g., behavior specialist or school psychologist). With specialized training, experience, and support, however, many components of the… Read More »