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The Sherlock Center has trained over 100 schools (8 cohorts and 11 districts) in PBIS since 2005. Initially, the Sherlock Center trained individual schools within a cohort to support systems change and improved behavior one school at a time. The Sherlock Center now supports a District Model, where the individual school districts commit that all schools within the district will implement PBIS within a 3-5 year period. Districts indentify a District Trainer and District Coach that work hand in hand with the Sherlock Center. The Center supports train-the-trainer model, providing in-district support, technical assistance, and materials to ensure that schools can succeed with this systems change approach. The commitment to a philosophy change, behavior support infrastructure, and capacity building are key to success.
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