The Key Feature Evaluation (KFE) is a tool used to provide feedback to schools based on their school-wide PBS program and implementation. Four specific sections are evaluated: School-wide PBS Tier 1, Prevention: Implementing School-wide & Classroom Systems, Correcting Problem Behavior, and Developing Self-Discipline.
- Schools evaluated in 2012-2013 school year received Version 1. Schools evaluated in 2013-2014 school year will receive Version 2.
|Resource||Description||How to Use This Resource|
|DE-PBS Key Feature Evaluation Summary||This 2012 document provides an overview of the KFE structure, including the process steps and specific feedback to be given||Teams can use this document to review and prepare for the evaluation process|
|Key Feature Status Tracker||This checklist outlines the major components for each KFE section and allows teams to indicate the extent to which the component is in place||Teams can use the status tracker to determine which aspects of schoolwide PBS are in place, partially in place, or not in place and action plan accordingly. Some teams choose to utilize this tool prior to receiving a Key Feature Evaluation.|
|Key Feature Status Tracker Template 1 Year||Like the status tracker document, this tool provides a checklist for the major components of each KFE section and also includes a graph to map scores for up to TWO years||Teams can use this tool to track progress of implementation of KFE components from year-to year.|
|Key Feature Status Tracker Template 2 Year||This tool provides a checklist for the major components of each KFE section and includes a graph to map scores for up to FOUR years||Teams can use this tool to track progress of implementation of KFE components over multiple years, and determine if progress has been made.|