Universal Behavior Screening
Including: Multi-tiered Systems of Support
The Center for Leadership in Disability (CLD) provides free (grant-funded under the GaDOE’s Project AWARE) training and technical assistance to schools and school districts interested in building the infrastructure for universal behavior screening. The CLD has designed a step-by-step process to guide schools through the universal behavior screening readiness process. The CLD will also provide guidance on which universal screener districts should use to align with their district’s needs.
View publications from the CLD Team focused on this research topic:
- Gregory, C., Graybill, E., Barger, B., Roach, A. T., & Lane, K. L. (in press). Predictive validity of the Student Risk Screening Scale-Internalizing and Externalizing (SRSS-IE) scores. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.
- Graybill, E., Roach, A. & Barger, B. (in press). Factor structure of the self-report Strength and Difficulties Questionnaire in a diverse U.S. sample. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment.
- Jones, C.,Graybill, E., Barger, B., & Roach, A. T. (2020). Examining the predictive validity of behavior screeners across measures and respondents. Psychology in the Schools, 57,923-936.
- Byars, J.,Graybill, E.,Wellons, Q., & Harper, L. (2020). Monitoring Social Media and Technology Use to Prevent Youth Suicide and School Violence. Contemporary School Psychology.
- Meyers, B.,Graybill, E.,& Grogg, K. (2017)Preparing teachers for data-based decision making and RtI team collaboration.Teacher Education & Practice, 30, 137-156.(refereed)