What MTSS in Nevada Looks Like, the Outcomes and Upcoming Opportunities for Training and Support
Mar 7, 2023
Dr. Ashley Greenwald, UNR
The Attend Session button below covers the following sessions: Welcome, Superintendent, Keynote intro, Keynote, and What MTSS Looks Like in Nevada.
Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) is an operating framework for academic and behavioral supports that has been implemented in Nevada for the past decade. This session will explain the core features of MTSS, highlight Nevada’s implementation data from 10 local educational agencies, discuss training opportunities, and review how title funds can be leveraged and braided for MTSS implementation.
Bio Dr. Ashley Greenwald:
Dr. Ashley Greenwald is a Licensed Behavior Analyst and an Associate Research Professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. Dr. Greenwald is the Project Director/Principal Investigator of the Nevada Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Technical Assistance Center, located within the Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities. In her role, she directs the statewide Multi-tiered Systems of Support project funded through the Nevada Department of Education, oversees the implementation of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports in 10 Nevada school districts and state-run juvenile facilities, and leads direct behavioral support services for children with disabilities and dual diagnoses throughout the state. Dr. Greenwald’s research interests include parent/caregiver training, behavioral medicine, and behavioral systems change. She has received and managed more than $19 million in grant funds to support these efforts.