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Statewide Implementation of Evidence-Based Programs

Content type: Journal Article
Evidence-based programs will be useful to the extent they produce benefits to individuals on a socially significant scale. It appears the combination of effective programs and effective implementation methods is required to assure consistent uses of...

Moving Research into Practice: Can We Make Dissemination Stick?

Content type: Journal Article
Although researchers in special education have made significant advances in defining and identifying evidence-based practices, scholars often constitute an insular group that disseminates research findings primarily through outlets and venues targeting...

Pasteur's Quadrant as the Bridge Linking Rigor with Relevance

Content type: Journal Article
A tension exists between educational practitioners and researchers, which is often attributed to their dichotomous and oftentimes polarizing professional ideologies or Discourse communities. When determining what works in education, researchers tend to...

Is it Time for Elevating the Standard for FAPE under IDEA?

Content type: Journal Article
This article examines a critical question for the special education community: What should be the current meaning of “free appropriate public education” (FAPE) in light of not only the Supreme Court's landmark Rowley decision in 1982 but also developments...

Statement on Parkland Shooting

Content type: Page
Last Updated:  11 November, 2020

Read the CCBD's executive committee statement on the February 14, 2018 school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL.

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Schools and Firearms

Content type: Page
Last Updated:  11 November, 2020

As the leader in teaching and advocacy for children with emotional and behavioral disorders, CCBD recognizes the need to provide guidance and support in framing our nation’s response related to issues of school safety and mental health.

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Helping Students Cope with Traumatic Events

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Last Updated:  22 April, 2013

When violent acts occur in the midst of normal everyday events, they can put students on a heightened state of alert and cause justifiable levels of stress and anxiety. Educators can help students understand what is happening factually, how events do or do...

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