Supporting K-12 behavioral intervention team members.
NABITA endeavors to make schools safer environments where development, education, and caring intervention are fostered and encouraged by bringing together professionals from multiple disciplines for mutual support and shared learning.
Connect with other K-12 practitioners to learn from, network with, and support each other. Access a myriad of valuable resources to avoid reinventing the wheel and ensure best practices for your team. Participate in professional development opportunities to further your career and improve your team’s operations. Stay up-to-date on the latest news, research, case law, and other developments impacting BITs and similar teams.
K-12 members include all members of school or district behavioral intervention teams, including:
- BIT Chairs
- Case Managers
- Vice/Assistant Principal
- School Counselor
- School Psychologist
- School Nurse or Health Professionals
- Special Education
- District Administration
- School Resource Officers
- General Counsel
Communities of Practice
Communities of Practice offer a specialized home within NABITA to meet the unique needs of particular members’ constituency groups. These communities facilitate and support the lively exchange of information, offer resources, and allow for ongoing and engaging dialogue to promote the free flow of ideas on special topics.