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office discipline referrals and suspensions) and that the identified student is not exhibiting dangerous behaviors (Filter et al, 2009; Hawken et al.
The behavioral measure used by public schools, office discipline referrals (ODR), fails to capture the dimensions of behavioral events that are important to personnel in these settings, especially given additional data and requirements of their governing or accreditation entities (e.
Effects of the behavior education program (BEP) on office discipline referrals of elementary school students.
Students were selected for participation in the study if they (a) entered the BEP intervention after the first two weeks of school (to establish a baseline office discipline referral rate), (b) had received at least two office discipline referrals, (c) were nominated by instructional staff to receive additional behavior support, and (d) received the BEP intervention for at least four weeks.
A number of outcome measures in addition to office discipline referrals were used in pre- and postintervention years, including in-school conferences with students, time-outs, in-school suspensions, short-term suspensions, and out-of-school placements.
Figure 1 shows the average number of office discipline referrals issued each day, per month, by a fifth-grade classroom teacher in a
Once a student acquires three tardies, an office discipline referral is written which would result in a consequence outlined by the discipline code of conduct (e.
However, in each case the decision was made by the schools' behavior support team using office discipline referral data as an indicator of students' response to primary-level interventions.