News and Events

Texas Disproportionality Summit
The Texas Disproportionality Summit, sponsored by the Texas Behavior Support (TBS) Network, will address critical issues related to school discipline, disproportionality, school climate, and PBIS. Join local and national experts as we discuss state and national data, explore alternatives to exclusionary discipline practices, and identify strategies that will improve the education and behavioral outcomes for all students.

For more information, download flyer.
Please click here for handouts.



2015 TBS State Conference—SAVE THE DATES!
Join educators across the state for the 2015 Texas Behavior Support State Conference. This event is held annually to address prevention and intervention strategies at all levels of the PBIS multitier model of support, including school-wide implementation.

Download the 2015 TBS State Conference flyer.


Save the Date—Administrator Preconference



The School Discipline Consensus Report: Strategies from the Field to Keep Students Engaged in School and Out of the Juvenile Justice System

Released in June 2014 by the Council of State Governments Justice Center, the School Discipline Consensus Report provides recommendations for improving students’ academic success and strategies for reducing rates of suspensions and student involvement in the juvenile justice system. The report is also accompanied by An Implementation Checklist for School District Superintendents and Other District Leaders.



Civil Rights Data Collection—Data Snapshot: School Discipline

The US Department of Education Office for Civil Rights released Data Snapshot: School Discipline in March 2014.  This data snapshot highlights school discipline, restraint, and seclusion.  View your school or district’s equity data here.



PBIS and Restorative Discipline Practices (see page 11)

The School Discipline Consensus Report highlighted the practice of PBIS and restorative practices. Learn about the defining feature of school-wide PBIS and restorative discipline.