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The Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice (CECP) and the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) in a collaborative effort developed a strand for NASP's conference, Linking Support Systems, Students and Families.  The conference took place in Orlando, FL  form April 14-18.  The strand consisted of six presentations followed by comments from a discussant.  There was also special commentary made by:

Gary DeCarolis (Center for Mental Health Services) April 16
Doug Dodge(Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention) April 16
Bill Modzeleski (Safe and Drug-Free Schools) April 17
Tom Hanley (Office of Special Education Programs) April 17
Kevin Dwyer (NASP) April 17
David Osher (CECP) April 17 
Judy Heumann (Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services) April 16 and 17

PRESENTATIONS

April 16, School-Wide Behavior Management: A Proactive Approach for Supporting the Needs of All Students 
Presenters-Robert March (University of Oregon) and  Jeffrey Sprague (University of Oregon)
Discussant- TBA

April 16, Utah's  B.E.S.T. Project      
Presenters-Deborah Andrews, and Peggy Clayton 
Discussant-Al Duchnowski (University of South Florida)


April 16, Broad Street Center    
Presenter-Kevin Coats
Discussant-Jeffrey Sprague (University of Oregon)


April 16, Site-Based School Community Facilitator     
Presenters-Ray Boice, Kay Ramold, Max McFarland, and Ellis Copleand
Discussant-
Tom Hanley (Office of Special Education Programs)

April 16, Collaborative Evening Parent Training Classes    
Presenter-Paula Laidig
Discussant-Trina Osher (Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health)


April 17, Westerly Rhode Island Model    
Presenters-Mark Hawk & Sally Mitchell
Discussant-Joan Dodge (Georgetown University Technical Assistance Center for Children's Mental Health)


April 17, Project Achieve    
Presenter-Howard Knoff
Discussant-Anthony Sims (CECP)

2001 Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice