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Available Editions of TOSP:
Winter 2023, Volume 67, Number 2 +Winter 2023, Volume 67, Number 2 (Full PDF) Bebech Earns Early Career Award Challenge of Appropriate Challenging: Self-Determination Needs for… Read More
Fall 2022, Volume 67, Number 1 +Fall 2022, Volume 67, Number 1 (Full PDF) Legislative Lowdown: Legislation Introduced on DD Age Range Change Making the Most… Read More
Summer 2022, Volume 66, Number 4 +Summer 2022, Volume 66, Number 4 (Full PDF) Addressing the Needs of Students Experiencing Homelessness In It For the Long… Read More
Spring 2022, Volume 66, Number 3 +Spring 2022, Volume 66, Number 3 (Full PDF) Behavioral Health Workforce & Education Training at the University of Dayton Legislative Lowdown:… Read More
Winter 2022, Volume 66, Number 2 +Winter 2022, Volume 66, Number 2 (Full PDF) Presidential Message: Winter 2022 Graduation 101: What Parents Need to Know OSPA… Read More
Fall 2021, Volume 66, Number 1 +Fall 2021, Volume 66, Number 1 (Full PDF) Legislative Lowdown: OSPA Talks DD Age Range Change with Sen. Brenner New… Read More
Legislative Lowdown: OSPA Talks DD Age Range Change with Sen. Brenner +OSPA Executive Director Ann Brennan met with Sen. Andy Brenner and others Aug. 30 to discuss the potential for legislation… Read More
Strategies for Success: Combatting Systemic Racism in Schools +Systemic racism occurs when racism inherent in a system results in the oppression of and discrimination against marginalized groups in… Read More
PBIS Strategies & Support After Training: A Follow-Up Study +PBIS is a proactive framework demonstrated to be effective in reducing student behavioral problems over time. According to Sugai and… Read More
Using Video Self-Modeling to Increase Assignment Completion within the School Setting +Video self-modeling (VSM) is a tool that utilizes the individual as a model for appropriate behavior, therefore teaching the individual… Read More