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EVALUATION

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PBIS 11-12 Evaluation Report
At the end of the 2011-12 school year, PBIS schools were categorized as Implementing or Trained for the first time. Implementing Schools documented more positive behavior and academic outcomes.
(pdf, 564kb)


PBIS 10-11 Evaluation Report
A growing number of high schools are participating in PBIS. Overall average graduation rates as well as average graduation rates for students with disabilies at schools implementing PBIS for at least 4 years are higher than the NC average graduation rate.
(pdf, 335kb)


PBIS 09-10 Evaluation Report
During the 09-10 school year, participation in PBIS continued to grow as suspension rates at implementing schools decreased again, continuing a 5-year trend. Suspension rates average 15% lower in PBIS implementing schools than the average state suspension rate. At PBIS Exemplar schools, suspension rates were half the state rate, and 95% of these schools met expected academic growth targets.
(pdf, 834kb)


PBIS 08-09 Evaluation Report
As the number of schools participating in PBIS continues to grow, the statewide average on PBIS fidelity assessments is improving. Office discipline referral data in NC's PBIS schools continues to compare favorably with national averages.
(pdf, 196kb)


Initiative Evaluation Report, 2007-08
As of 2007-08, more than three-fourths of the counties in the state have at least one school participating in the North Carolina Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Initiative. School implementation data reflect positive changes in behavior support practices.
(pdf, 444kb)


Initiative Evaluation Report, 2006-07
Administrators, teachers, and other professionals are identifying effective practices, creating the structures to support them, and using data to guide their decision-making and evaluate their efforts. In schools using PBIS, office discipline referrals as well as in-school and out-of-school suspensions are dropping and administrators and teachers are gaining valuable instructional time.
(pdf, 379kb)


Initiative Evaluation Report, 2005-06
During the 2005-06 school year, the North Carolina Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) Initiative continued to spread throughout the state. The initiative evaluation report for 2005-06 documents the impact of PBIS on schools and students in North Carolina.
(pdf, 299kb)


Initiative Evaluation Report, 2004-05
The North Carolina State Improvement Project has facilitated the beginnings of systemic change in dealing with student behavior in the schools of North Carolina. The message that behavior is learned and thus can be taught in schools is spreading throughout the state. Schools are identifying effective practices, creating the structures to support the practices, and using data to guide their decision-making.
(pdf, 177kb)


Initiative Evaluation Report, 2003-04
Administrators, teachers, and other professionals are identifying effective practices, creating the structures to support them, and using data to guide their decision-making and evaluate their efforts. In schools using PBIS, office discipline referrals as well as in-school and out-of-school suspensions are dropping and administrators and teachers are gaining valuable instructional time.
(pdf, 151kb)


Evaluation Template
This document is prepared for individuals who are implementing School-wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) in Districts, Regions or States. The purpose of the document is to provide a formal structure for evaluating if School-wide PBIS implementation efforts are (a) occurring as planned, (b) resulting in change in schools, and (c) producing improvement in student outcomes.
(pdf, 841kb)


School Evaluation Tool (SET)
The School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET) is designed to assess and evaluate the critical features of school-wide effective behavior support across each academic school year.
(pdf, 107kb)