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Who is TBSP?

TBSP at UT Knoxville provides technical assistance (i.e., training, consulting, and external coaching) to East Tennessee public schools and districts to develop, implement, and sustain continuums of positive behavioral interventions and supports within an RTI2-B framework.

We are here to support educators, students, and families. We provide training and technical assistance at no cost to you, and our website explains how you can build on what you are already doing to begin this process. If you have any questions, please contact us.


The Tennessee Behavior Supports Project (TBSP) is funded by the Tennessee Department of Education and consists of three regional support contracts: the University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Vanderbilt University; and University of Memphis Lambuth.

 

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University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is the regional support contract responsible for supporting RTI2-B in East Tennessee schools.

University of Memphis Lambuth is the regional support contract responsible for supporting RTI2-B in West Tennessee schools.

Vanderbilt University is the regional support contract responsible for supporting RTI2-B in Middle Tennessee schools.



Across Tennessee, TBSP is charged with supporting schools with developing and sustainably implementing the Response to Instruction and Intervention—Behavior (RTI2-B) framework. TBSP focuses on equipping and educating schools to use evidence-based strategies and interventions when developing their RTI2-B framework.

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