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Program-wide positive behavior supports: Essential features and implications for Head Start

A description of Program-Wide Positive Behavior Support, a social and behavioral intervention characterized as a process by which teams of educators examine data to discern areas of need, select research validated practices to put in place to address these needs, and build systems of support aimed to increase fidelity among the educators responsible for implementation
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