Researchers: Behavioral-intervention results are inconclusive

02/16/2012 | Education Week

Researchers with What Works Clearinghouse said results were inconclusive in a review of 166 studies of an intervention program sometimes used to help reduce aggression and teach social skills to students with disabilities. The Incredible Years program, which has won numerous awards and is used in 15 countries, comprises training programs for parents, educators and children. It is used in small-group settings to address difficult behavior or in larger groups as a preventive intervention.

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