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How to Implement Appropriately Ambitious Educational Goals applied behavior analysis appropriately ambitious educational goals rbt training course Feb 05, 2020

Lawsuits and people doing the wrong things cost districts and educators time, effort and money. We know. We hear about schools and entire school districts being distracted from educating students because of costly, time-consuming litigation. A solution to this problem is implementing a staff...

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How Do I Control Problem Behavior? aba training applied behavior analysis how to control problem behavior rbt training Apr 16, 2019

A few years ago, we had the opportunity to work with many school districts in the NY/NJ area. Our training was on how to deal with problem behavior of students in the classroom (and/or in what are sometimes called “specials” like gym, art, music, etc.)  Questions always seemed to...

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Supreme Court rules schools must provide special education students a chance to make meaningful progress applied behavior analysis meaningful progress for special ed students schools must provide meaningful progress scotus rules on meaningful progress for special ed students supreme court rules meaningful progress Mar 26, 2017

The Supreme Court of the United States heard a case from Denver, Colorado Federal Court about an autistic child and his family defending accountable progress. The Court found in an 8 - 0 decision that the family has a right to expect more than just de mini is (or minimum) progress. 

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