If we, as professionals dedicated to serving students with and at risk for EBD, are going to meet the post--Sandy Hook goals laid out by CCBD, it is imperative that we have a sound understanding of current practices, including how screening is viewed and implemented by educational practitioners (Severson, Walker, Hope-Doolittle, Kratochwill, & Gresham, 2007).
More recently, in response to the Sandy Hook shooting, CCBD issued a statement of goals for the field with one aim that was related to actively screening students to identify those in need of services.
Position on the Use of Seclusion Procedures in School Settings.
The survey was sent by e-mail to all members of the CCBD during the 2009-2010 school year.
The anonymous survey was available between October through January through a link included in an emailing to potential respondents from the CCBD membership list.
Education, disability, and juvenile justice: Recommended practices (Fourth CCBD
Mini-Library Series) Arlington, VA: Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders.
Reston, VA: CCBD
, a Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, 1920 Association Drive, 22091, (703) 620-3660.
Rutherford's involvement as the founder of the TECBD conference, his leadership and editorial positions with CCBD
, and his long-term commitment as editor of this special edition of ETC.
By any such numerical standard, Rob clearly had risen to the top: over 150 journal articles, book chapters, edited texts and monographs; at least that many conference presentations; scores of successful doctoral students, dozens of state and federal grants totaling millions of dollars; a dozen or more invited trips abroad; recipient of national awards, including the CCBD 2006 Leadership Award and two Fulbright-Hayes Scholarships; 18 years of service to CCBD, including 6 as editor of Behavioral Disorders and as CCBD secretary, president, and governor.
Severe behavior disorders of children and youth: CCBD monograph (Vol.
We would like to thank the authors for their contribution to this issue of Education and Treatment of Children and this volume of the CCBD
Severe Behavior Disorders of Children and Youth Monograph series.
We would also like to thank each of the authors, who contributed to this Volume of the CCBD
Monograph Series, and the consulting editors of Behavioral Disorders and Education and Treatment of Children, who devoted their time and energy to providing constructive analysis and feedback for all of the manuscripts submitted for publication consideration.