Overidentification of Black Boys Having Challenging Behaviors

On this episode of Evolving ABA, join Dr. Nasiah Cirincione-Ulezi, Ed.D., BCBA for a discussion on Black boys in schools, where they are frequently overidentified as having challenging behaviors. Dr. Cirincione-Ulezi is joined by Gereen R. Francis, M.S., BCBA, Danielle Robinson, RN, and Dr. Bruce Tinor, BCBA, LBS, all Black professionals and parents to Black children. Listen to learn about systemic factors contributing to these problems, policy changes that could address the problem, and how individual teachers, educators, and parents can positively impact the experience of Black boys in schools.

Dr. Cirincione-Ulezi’s talk on restorative practices can be found here: https://behaviorlive.com/courses/effective-leadership-through-radical-acceptance-and-restorative-practices

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