This is the annual report for 2017-18 from the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Model of the Boston Public Schools. At the student level, decreases in risk levels were observed, particularly for the most at-risk students. Likewise, increases in positive behaviors were observed, with the largest growth demonstrated by the most at-risk students.Source:
Andria Amador, Boston Public Schools, February 2019Description:
"The Boston Public Schools’ Comprehensive Behavioral Health Model (CBHM) is designed to provide a system-wide framework for the implementation of behavior intervention and supports, including tiered interventions and the collection of data to examine effectiveness. The CBHM is built on the premise that by integrating behavioral health services into schools, we will create safe and supportive learning environments that optimize academic outcomes for all students."Read the full report here!