PBIS/MTSS can allow us to correct the systematic academic and disciplinary inequities that have persisted in our school systems. By identifying the patterns of inequity, we can begin to openly, explicitly address inequitable outcomes for our students and families. Read our NWPBIS Equity Statement.
The hyperlinked guides and examples below will help your team prioritize equitable school supports and outcomes. These research-based resources inform our approach to professional development to address equity in school outcomes.
- Center for Racial Justice in Education
- Teaching Tolerance
- Race, Narrative Inquiry, and Self-Study in Curriculum and Teacher Education
- Talking About Race National Museum of African American History & Culture
- Anti-Racism Resources for Students, Educators, and Citizens
- Black Lives Matters at School- Resources
Addressing Implicit Bias in PBIS / MTSS Implementation
- Using Discipline Data within SWPBIS to Identify and Address Disproportionality: A Guide for School Teams
- Key Elements of Policies to Address Discipline Disproportionality: A Guide for District and School Teams
- PBIS Cultural Responsiveness Field Guide: Resources for Trainers and Coaches
- Examples of Engaging Instruction to Increase Equity in Education
- EXAMPLE Impact of Equity in MTSS: Do Wisconsin Schools Implementing an Integrated Academic and Behavior Support Framework Improve Equity in Academic and School Discipline Outcomes?