Welcome to the Delaware PBS Website!
New Content Announcement:
We have completed our 5-part webinar series, “Installing an SEB Screener”. The materials can be accessed through PDMS (Course #31249) or on our website using the button below. **For more information, please contact Niki Kendall
Who We Are
The Delaware Positive Behavior Support (DE-PBS) Project proudly serves as a technical assistance (TA) center for the Delaware Department of Education to actualize the vision to create safe and caring learning environments that promote the social-emotional and academic development of all children. The statewide initiative provides professional learning and coaching to Delaware educators to implement Positive Behavior Support (PBS) as a multi-tiered system of support (MTSS). Learn more about who we are or explore PBS/MTSS foundational resources.
Our Equity Mission Statement:
At the Delaware Positive Behavior Support Project, we are committed to improving outcomes for each student. Educational systems cannot be considered effective until they are effective for all students. A Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) can be a force for dismantling systemic racism and promoting equity or serve to perpetuate oppression. In recognition that black lives matter and given centuries of oppression, violence, and segregation, we must increase our commitment to improving outcomes for Black, Indigenous, and other Students of Color. PBIS teams embed equity into their implementation of all aspects of MTSS. Learn more about our community beliefs and practices here.
What We Do
The PBS framework builds schools’ capacity to implement evidence-based practices to achieve desired outcomes. At each tier, the focus is on systems to support practices and data to guide and monitor implementation. You can find more information about who we are here or follow the links below to explore and use our resources.
Stay in Touch
Delaware DE-PBS Contact Information
University of Delaware
Center for Disabilities Studies
461 Wyoming Road
Newark, DE 19716
Susan Veenema, Education Associate
Delaware Department of Education
Debby Boyer, DE-PBS Co-Director
UD Center for Disabilities Studies