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Chapter 4: School-Based Approaches

A National View of Students with Emotional Disturbances
Mary Wagner

School Reform and Students with Emotional Disturbances: The Urban School and Community Study
Nancy Lynn, Krista Kutash, Albert J. Duchnowski

Addressing Problem Behaviors: A Three-Tiered School-Based Prevention Model
Jacquelyn A. Buckley, Allison E. Babyak, Barbara J. Ohlund, Jorge E. Gonzalez, J. Ron Nelson, Michael H. Epstein

The Behavioral Specialist Outreach Program: Assessing Longitudinal Student Behavioral Outcomes
Amy Kerivan Marks, Kendra Evans, Staci Ljepava, Kei Takahashi, Lynne C. Huffman

Minority Disproportionality in Special Education: Perspectives from the Local Level
Russell J. Skiba, Ada B. Simmons, Shana Ritter, Kristin R. Kohler, Tony C. Wu

Symposium: The Experience of School Safety: Risk and Protective Factors in the Safe Schools/Health Students Initiative

Chair: Kathleen H. Armstrong
Symposium Introduction
Kathleen H. Armstrong
Factor Structure of the School Safety Survey
Gina Santoro, Kathleen H. Armstrong, Oliver T. Massey
The Omnibus Survey: Student Perceptions of Safety in the Schools
Kelli Henson
Longitudinal Analysis of Suspensions in an Urban School District
Michael Boroughs, Kathleen H. Armstrong, Oliver T. Massey
Adolescents’ Perceptions of School Violence and School Protective Factors
Linda M. McCash
Symposium Discussion
Oliver T. Massey

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