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Citation

Gottfredson DC, Gottfredson GD, Hybl LG. Am. Behav. Sci. 1993; 30(1): 179-215.

Copyright

(Copyright © 1993, SAGE Publishing)

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Abstract

A 3-year study in eight middle schools tested a program to improve adolescent conduct. The program sought to increase clarity of school rules and consistency of rule enforcement, improve classroom organization and management, increase the frequency of communication with the home regarding student behavior, and increase reinforcement of appropriate behavior. An organization development approach provided a context to achieve strong implementation by increasing communication, collaboration, and planning at the school level. The strength and fidelity of implementation differed across schools. In schools in which the program was well-implemented, student conduct improved significantly. (Abstract Adapted from Source: American Educational Research Journal, 1993. Copyright © 1993 by the American Educational Research Association)

Child Behavior
Child Problem Behavior
Juvenile Behavior
Juvenile Problem Behavior
Student Behavior
Classroom Behavior
Classroom Management
School Based
Prevention Program
Intervention Program
Program Effectiveness
Program Evaluation
Behavior Intervention
Behavior Prevention
Junior High School Student
Program Implementation
Late Childhood
Early Adolescence
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