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In addition to school teams being able to assess their fidelity of PBIS implementation, districts, regions and states can also measure the supports that they provide to each other.

PBIS Implementation Blueprint for Districts, Regions and States

Title:PBIS Implementation Blueprint for Districts, Regions and States flowchart - Description: Executive Functions Stakeholder Support, Funding, Policy & Systems Alignment and Workforce Capacity relate to central circle titled Leadership Teaming. The Leadership teaming relates to Implementation functions: Training, Coaching, Evaluation & performance feedback, and Behavioral expertise - and they relate to Local Implementation Demonstrations

The purpose of the PBIS Implementation Blueprint is to guide leadership teams in the assessment, development, and execution of action plans. The outcome is the development of local capacity for sustainable, culturally and contextually relevant, and high fidelity implementation of multi-tiered practices and systems of support.

The PBIS Implementation Blueprint is scheduled for hosting on PBISApps.org, and you can find out more information and get access to the most current version here.

SISEP Capacity Assessments

The SISEP Center provides capacity assessment to measure Implementation Drivers that support teams at each Linked Team level. The District Capacity Assessment (DCA) is an action assessment designed to help district leaders and staff better align resources with intended outcomes and develop action plans to support the use of effective innovations, like PBIS. Both the training and tool are available online.
The DCA is completed by staff intentionally selected for their implementation knowledge, experience with the innovation being used, and leadership in the district (i.e., an implementation team). The SISEP center recommends that the DCA be administered by a trained administrator.

To gain access to the online tool (at SISEP.org), participants must first complete the administrator online training (approximately 1 hour). More information about capacity assessment training here.