PreK-12 Resources from NaBITA

PreK-12 General Resources

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
Research supports that a PBIS system, implemented with fidelity, effectively reduces classroom disruptions and student suspensions through a schoolwide, systematic, tiered-intervention approach that leads to increased student achievement. Schoolwide PBIS provides an operational framework for achieving these outcomes.

PreK-12 Related Press on The NCHERM Group

ARTICLE: Coordinate to Curb Student ViolenceEducational Leadership, October 2018.

NEWS: The NCHERM Group and Accredible Announce a New Partnership Aimed at Furthering Systems-level Solutions for Safer Schools and Campuses. PR Newswire, September 2018.

NEWS: Announcing the NaBITA Standards for Behavioral Intervention Teams. PR Newswire, August 2018.

ARTICLE: Intervention Teams Could Be Critical to Stopping School Violence., August 2018.

NEWS: Secret Service Endorses NaBITA’s Approach to Prevention of School Violence. PR Newswire, July 2018.

ARTICLE: Enhancing School Safety Using a Threat Assessment Model, United States Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center, July 2018.

ARTICLE: New England parents take stand against men competing in female athletic competitionsThe Western Journal, June 2018.

ARTICLE: Should Michigan sex education require ‘yes means yes’ curriculum? WZZM13.COM, June 2018.

ARTICLE: Most guns used in school shootings come from homeThe Wall Street Journal, April 2018. 

ARTICLE: These researchers have been trying to stop school shootings for 20 years., March 2018.

ARTICLE: After Florida shooting, more than 600 copycat threats have targeted schoolsUSA Today, March 2018.

ARTICLE: Some WA districts not equipped to evaluate school threats well, experts say., March 2018.

ARTICLE: Why are so many students making threats against schools in central Pa.? York Daily Record, March 2018. 

ARTICLE: Association helps schools see warning signs for gun violenceAssociations Now, February 2018.

ARTICLE: A student is being investigated for breaking into his school. His explanation: he was sleepwalkingNew York Times, February 2018.

ARTICLE: Hanover High School among at least 10 Virginia schools where police investigated recent social media threatsRichmond-Times Dispatch, February 2018.

ARTICLE: Police investigate social media threats against middle, high schools across Hampton Roads and North CarolinaThe Virginian-Pilot, February 2018.

ARTICLE: Copycat threats and rumors of ‘Florida pt 2’ put schools on high alert after shooting rampageThe Washington Post, February 2018.

NEWS: Intervening early to stop killers. NPR, February 2018.

ARTICLE: The counselor’s role in ensuring school safetyCounseling Today, August 2016.

VIDEO: Signs of Mental Illness to Look ForHuckabee, Fox News, December 2012.

ARTICLE: Parents Demand Answers: Who’s behind string of bomb threats at two Babylon schools. Newsday, November 23, 2008.