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A Framework for Child-Focused Interventions
A framework for child-focused interventions

Schoolwide behavior expectations and the principles of restorative practices described in Chapter 3 address the kinds of minor behavior challenges or first offenses typical of students in the general school population and at various times for individual children. This chapter focuses on interventions for students whose behavioral challenges are more severe and/or persistent, thus requiring structured and individualized planning to enable them to learn and to ensure their own and others' safety. Classroom teachers may need access to specialist advice to help them implement secondary interventions for as many as 15% of their students who present social, emotional, and behavioral challenges at various times during the school year. Another 3% to 5% of the school population ...

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