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Effective Discipline for All: Cultivating Culturally Responsive School Climates through Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. PBIS Indiana, Center on Education and Lifelong Learning and The Equity Project. Indiana University - Bloomington
Azziz, R. & June, P. (2008). Culturally responsive best practices in addressing disproportionality. Presented at the Indiana Department of Education Disproportionality Solutions Summit. Indianapolis, Indiana.
PBIS Indiana District Awareness Session. (2011). Center for Education and Lifelong Learning and The Equity Project at Indiana University.
Cole, S. and Washburn S.
Indiana University
Center for Education and Lifelong Learning and The Equity Project
Havercraft, Miller, and Eaken
Ritter, S. (2007). Moving Toward Equity: Local Equity Action Development. Presented at National Center for Culturally Responsive Systems. Washington, DC.
Ritter, S. (2008). Talking about it: Equity in education. Presented at the Indiana Department of Education Disproportionality Solutions Summit. Indianapolis, Indiana.
Ritter, S., & Skiba, R.J. (2006). Local Equity Action Development (LEAD). Bloomington, IN: Center for Evaluation & Education Policy.
Skiba, R.J. & Rausch, M.K. (2008). Using data to promote equity. Presented at the Indiana Department of Education Disproportionality Solutions Summit. Indianapolis, Indiana.
Skiba, R.J. (2008). Disproportionality in Special Education: What do we know and what should we do? Presented at the Indiana Department of Education Disproportionality Solutions Summit. Indianapolis, Indiana. Disproportionality Solutions Summit Presentation
Skiba, R.J., & Rausch, M.K. (2006). Zero tolerance, suspension, and expulsion: Questions of equity and effectiveness. In C.M. Evertson & C.S. Weinstein (Eds.), Handbook of classroom management: Research, practice, and contemporary issues (pp. 1063-1089). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Other Sources
Social and Emotional Learning and Bully Prevention. (2009). Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning.
Dewhirst, M., Barrett, S., Renneberg. K. (2007). Building Effective Coaches to Expand & Sustain PBIS Implementation.
Dewhist, M., and Kincaid, D. (2008). Establishing Sustainable Coaching Capacity at District and State Levels.
Flannery, Brigid & Borgmeier, Chris. (2007). Focus on High Schools: Secondary Level Supports Within a School-Wide Framework
Heather Ormiston, Lauren Shure and Michele Brentano.
8th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support. Denver, CO.
Rob Horner. (2009). The Importance of Coaching in Implementation of Evidence-based Practices. University of Oregon.
Russ Skiba and Shana Ritter.
8th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support. Denver, CO.
Simonsen, Brandi, & Peshak George, Heather. (2009). Classroom Management:From Critical Features to Successful Implementation.
Simonsen, Brandi. (2008). Evidence Based Practices in Classroom Management. The Center for Behavioral Education and Research. University of Connecticut.
Sugai, G. (2010). Coaching for Implementation: Best Practices Perspective. OSEP Center on PBIS. Center for Behavioral Education & Research. University of Connecticut.

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