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The staff at Southside School believes that improving behavioral success is accomplished through proactive, positive reinforcement techniques. One approach to positive behavior support is the "Safe & Civil Schools" program.

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Diane Curry
Diane Curry, at Southside School, discusses the “Safe and Civil Schools” concept.
Date uploaded: November 18, 2016
Organization: Southside School

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