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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Develop and Implement Behavioral Intervention Plan
  1. Monitor Faithfulness of Implementation of the Plan
  1. Evaluate Effectiveness of the Behavioral Intervention Plan
  1. Modify the Behavioral Intervention Plan
                

Prepared By the Center for Effective Collabration and Practice

Robert A. Gable, Old Dominion University

Mary Magee Quinn, Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice
American Institutes for Research, Washington, D.C.

Robert B. Rutherford Jr., Arizona State University

Kenneth W. Howell, Western Washington University

Catherine C. Hoffman, Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice
American Institutes for Research, Washington, D.C.

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