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To investigate the ways in which academic and behavior problems develop, McIntosh, Homer, Card, Boland, and Good (2006) conducted a retrospective longitudinal analysis of the interaction between reading skills and problem behavior among students from kindergarten through Grade 5 in a school district that was implementing universal support systems for both reading and behavior. The authors also sought to determine the usefulness of screening assessments in reading to predict responses to school-wide positive behavior support. This Center on Instruction synopsis outlines the authors’ hypotheses, describes the results of their data analysis from reading and behavior measures, and discusses implications of these results for prevention of and intervention in both reading and behavior problems. The study appeared in School Psychology Review, 35, 275-291.

CBI Synopsis of the Use of Reading and Behavior Screening Measures
Synopsis Reading & Behavior

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