A safe and welcoming school environment allows every student to achieve academic growth as well as develop the social and emotional learning skills necessary for learning. The implementation of effective strategies and best practices, within a variety of settings, improves the overall school climate and individual student outcomes. It is important that each student, within the Local Education Agency (LEA) and school, be taken into consideration in the development of behavior support programs. The Safe and Healthy Schools Behavior Support Program provides links to relevant legislation, guidelines, and research-based strategies to help schools support positive behavioral outcomes and social competence for every student.
Equity Terms to Consider for Effective Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Implementation (coming soon)
Utah State Board of Education
The Technical Assistance Manual is in the process of being revised. If you would like an electronic copy of the current manual, send your request to Sabrina Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Documents, including the alignment documents below, associated with the LRBI manual will also be updated following the completion of the manual revisions.
Reducing Behavior Problems in the Elementary School Classroom
What Works Clearinghouse (WWC)
For any questions specific to Special Education behavior concerns, please contact Jaimee Kidder at email@example.com or at (801) 538-7964.
A nonprofit education research and development organization that works to expand learning opportunities for all individuals through UDL.
Utah Multi-Tiered System of Supports (UMTSS)
Utah State Board of Education UMTSS
All training requests must go through the Training Request Portal (TRP). Please complete the survey at the following link for all training requests.
Student Services TRP