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Political Support, Policy, & Sustainability of PBIS: A National & State Perspective. Matt Cregor, NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund John Gardner, Illinois PBIS Network. Working the Blueprint!. Visibility. Political Support. Funding. Policy. Leadership Team. Active Coordination.
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Consider the core features of an initiative, what other current initiatives share these features and may be combined to
Statewide Leadership Team Workgroups
Response to Network’s annual mailing last spring inviting Illinois legislators to selected PBIS schools in their local legislative districts:
Updates on current activities
Visibility with legislators
Annual mailing in fall
Dignity in Schools, National Legislation
2009 How do you get these type of partnerships to really work? Do we have any good examples? No
Do we have any parent, family representatives on the State Leadership Team? No
2010/11 We do now and are developing strategies for promoting the concept at the district and school level.
2011-12 activities to ensure districts are confident on how to share information with families about PBIS implementation
Next steps with larger ISTAC activities to enhance family voice and leadership activities
Ensure schools have access and knowledge:
To self-assess with UConn checklist
To check data by ethnicity and disability
To add CR strategies to expedite effect
Create teaching/learning examples w/data;
Specific CR strategies (RJ, curriculum, etc.)
Exploring potential integration of RJ strategies
Learning from WI and IN on Cultural Relavencestrategies
Increasing use of ethnicity feature in SWIS
Partnering with several schools to learn about their efforts and effects
Next Steps in potential sites (Kankakee, East Aurora, U46, others?
Next steps with School-wide Application Model (SAM-IL)
Connection with School Improvement process
Initiation in East St Louis and Rockford & Chicago
at four sites
Taylor Family YMCA
Streamwood Behavioral Healthcare
To ensure efficiency for districts and schools with related school improvement initiatives
Ensure academic and behavior blend of RtI
Continue to develop a recommended protocol that acknowledges School Improvement Plan (SIP) efforts already in place, as well as explore how to integrate commonalities across ISTAC projects.
Plan to pilot ISF facilitation guide in Urbana
Strategies for sharing data and process of teaming and intervention activities in districts
Process for building continuum of Mental Health interventions within multi-tiered framework