The University of Missouri Center for Positive Behavior Support and Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support are proud to announce the 2020 recipients of the Dr. Mary Miller Richter School and District of Distinction Awards, in recognition of at least one school and one district that provide positive learning environments
We at MO SW-PBS believe that educators enter the profession out of a desire to affect change, to make lives better for the students we serve. Yet, despite our best intentions, years of research shows that harsher consequences for misbehavior in schools falls disproportionately on students of color and
Congratulations to the the 2020 MO SW-PBS Award of Excellence Schools! 106 schools from across the state met the rigorous requirements to to achieve this honor. In addition, we want to send out a special shout out to El Dorado Springs Elementary of El Dorado Springs R-II and Hazelwood
MO SW-PBS is pulling together links to resources that can help with teaching and parenting during shelter in place orders. These resources can be found at the bottom of the "About" Menu, or by clicking this link.
There are only so many hours in a day. Therefore, you spend that time doing those things that will give you the best student outcomes for your efforts. Emerging research by the MU Center for SW-PBS suggest statistically significant links between earning the MO SW-PBS school of excellence award and achieving positive academic and
The Early Childhood Data Collection Tool has been updated! This update fixes two bugs: 1) A bug preventing the student dashboard to load when entering the student number; and 2) A problem with entering student grade level.
The 2019-2020 Tier 1 Data Tools are now available. These tools have been updated with the most recently released norms from SWIS. Check out all of our Tier 1 data tools!
It is once again time for the October Catch! No, we are not talking about Fall seafood! To be sure, this is not so much about "Catch and Release" as it is about "Catch and Support!" The October Catch is a decision rule that is based on research demonstrating that students