NEPBIS Leadership Forum

May 17 & 18, 2018 in Mystic CT

Share the work you are doing! The call for proposals is now open! Click here to review the submission guidelines. Click here to submit your presentation and poster proposals.  

The submission deadline for proposals is December 8th, 2017.


Featured Keynotes:

Tim Lewis, Ph.D., University of Missouri

Catherine Holahan, J.D., Education Counsel

George Sugai, Ph.D., University of Connecticut


Registration and conference information will be posted soon.

We are going paperless again this year! Information on the conference app will be posted shortly.


Content Strands:

  • PBIS Implementation & Sustainability – provides an opportunity for PBIS coaches, trainers, and district/regional administrators to explore issues related to implementation and sustainability.
  • School-Wide PBIS – provides an overview of the first tier of School-Wide PBIS, including school climate and contextual fit.
  • Class-Wide PBIS – provides an overview of PBIS in the classroom and shares proactive strategies to support teachers’ implementation of Class-Wide PBIS.
  • Advanced Tiers of PBIS – focuses on targeted group (Tier 2) and intensive individualized (Tier 3) PBIS. Presenters share practices, systems, data structures, and outcomes.
  • Integration & Alignment – focuses on ways to successfully align and connect mental health or academic supports and PBIS within the framework of multi-tiered systems of supports.
  • Special Settings – focuses on successful implementation of PBIS across contexts. 
  • Special Topics – focuses on topics relevant to supporting and enhancing PBIS implementation across strands.
  • High Schools – focuses on the implementation of the PBIS framework and related systems in secondary schools.
  • Coaching & Training – provides an overview of system features at the school, district, and state levels that involve increasing knowledge and effective implementation of the PBIS framework.

Presentation content from last year's Forum can be found under the strand links below. New presentation and supplemental materials will be added for the 2018 conference strands in the spring.