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Positive Behavior Supports in the Schools

February 17, 2009

On Monday, March 2, David Dean Richey, co-author of the widely acknowledged text, "Behavior Management: Principles and Practices of Positive Behavior Supports," will speak at the College of Education in the 11th floor Conference Room from 3-4 p.m.

Richey will be discussing positive behavior supports (PBS) in schools. Positive behavior supports is increasingly gaining favor as a school-wide approach to maintaining appropriate behavior in all students in schools throughout the nation, including Indiana.

Richey is a recognized authority, author and co-author. He has worked as a professor of special education at Tennessee Technology University and comes with much experience and ideas for the use of PBS in the schools.

The event is free, and space is limited. Please call Marlene at (812) 237-2842 or email mlu3@indstate.edu to make your reservation or for more information.

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Writer: Jennifer Spector, Media Relations Intern, contact: (812) 237-3773 or email jspector@indstate.edu

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On Monday, March 2, David Dean Richey, co-author of the widely acknowledged text, "Behavior Management: Principles and Practices of Positive Behavior Supports," will speak at the College of Education in the 11th floor Conference Room from 3-4 p.m.

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