Statewide PBIS: Partnerships

MN Positive Behavior Support (MNPBS) Network

The Minnesota Positive Behavior Support (MNPBS) Network brings together people who are using positive behavior support from across the state to collaborate and to encourage interagency collaboration.

The MNPBS network includes people interested in implementing positive behavior support, self-advocates, and family members. The Network is used to:

  • Build on current and ongoing positive behavior support efforts,
  • Share resources and tools,
  • Create a way to share news across agencies, programs, and groups,
  • Provide information to our Minnesota communities about positive behavior support.
PBIS Minnesota is an Organizational Member of MNPBS Network, with Active Member representation in the network. View more information about the MNPBS Network here

Minnesota State Mankato

Minnesota State University, MankatoThis link opens up in a new window: http://sbs.mnsu.edu/ has been involved with PBIS in Minnesota through the efforts of Dr. Kevin Filter, Professor of School Psychology. Dr. Filter earned his Ph.D. in 2004 under the advisement of Dr. Rob HornerThis link opens up in a new window: https://education.uoregon.edu/users/horner at the University of Oregon.

Dr. Filter serves on the PBIS state leadership team and trains school teams in PBIS. He also conducts research into staff commitment, effects of PBIS on positive student behavior, and behavior interventions in the classroom and with at-risk students. For more information about Dr. Filter and his PBIS work, including access to recently developed measures of staff commitment and positive student behavior, please visit his faculty page at http://sbs.mnsu.edu/psych/psyd/people/filter/This link opens up in a new window: http://sbs.mnsu.edu/psych/psyd/people/filter/.