Positive Connections: An Initial Step in Addressing School Failure in High Schools
Positive Connections is a screening tool that quickly highlights secondary students at risk for school failure by providing (a) a list of at-risk students, (b) emphasizing teacher-student relationships, and (c) creating opportunity for early interventions.
Hitt, Sara Beth. 2017. Positive Connections: An Initial Step in Addressing School Failure in High Schools. General Session. 2017 Association for Positive Behavior Support Conference, Denver, CO. https://new.apbs.org/sites/default/files/conference-2017/files/APBS-2017-Agenda-FINAL.pdf