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Volume 8, Issue 4 (1979)

The Class Program for Acting Out Children: R&D Procedures, Program Outcomes, and Implementation Issues

pp. 370—381

ABSTRACT: This paper described CORBEH’s CLASS program for acting out children.CLASS is a comprehensive, self-contained behavior management package designed for remediation of the behavior problems of disruptive, acting out children in grades K-3. The paper describes the R and D process used to develop,test and validate the package, provides an overview of the package, discusses guidelines for application, and describes implementation problems and potential responses to them.

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