Request Data

If you would like to request to use a Mis­souri Pre­ven­tion Cen­ter dataset for research, please click on the project of inter­est below to com­plete a data request form. If the PI approves the request, the time to receive data depends on the com­plex­i­ty of the data request.

START 
The goal of this project is to eval­u­ate the effec­tive­ness of the SCSL plus START pro­grams. The pro­grams pro­mote effec­tive school lead­er­ship skills and a uni­fied approach to school-wide hall­way man­age­ment. Start on Time (START) is a com­pan­ion pro­gram designed to sup­port admin­is­tra­tors in cre­at­ing and imple­ment­ing a uni­fied approach to school-wide hall­way man­age­ment. START pro­vides lead­ers with a sys­tem­at­ic 10-step process for quick­ly restor­ing school order by increas­ing on-time, com­pli­ant, and respect­ful behav­iors. This project is fund­ed by NIJ and takes place in Oklahoma.

SCSL
Safe & Civ­il School Lead­er­ship (SCSL) is a research-based and mod­u­lar series of train­ing and coach­ing mate­ri­als designed to help school lead­ers devel­op effec­tive skills for lead­ing pos­i­tive stu­dent behav­ior ini­tia­tives and pro­mot­ing school safe­ty. SCSL focus­es specif­i­cal­ly on devel­op­ing lead­er­ship skills for pro­mot­ing effec­tive dis­ci­pli­nary struc­ture, stu­dent sup­port, school safe­ty and pos­i­tive stu­dent behav­ior. This project is fund­ed by IES.

LEAP
The LEAP to Achieve Project trained ran­dom­ly select­ed Kinder­garten to 3rd grade teach­ers in effec­tive class­room man­age­ment prac­tices using the Incred­i­ble Years (IY) Teacher Pro­gram. The IY Teacher Pro­gram is an evi­denced based inter­ven­tion that focus­es on strength­en­ing teacher class­room man­age­ment strate­gies, pro­mot­ing chil­dren’s pro-social behav­ior and school readi­ness, reduc­ing class­room aggres­sion and non­co­op­er­a­tion with peers and teach­ers, and enhanc­ing teacher-par­ent col­lab­o­ra­tion. This project was fund­ed by the Insti­tute of Edu­ca­tion Sci­ences (IES).

CHAMPS
The CHAMPS project was a five-year long effi­ca­cy study of CHAMPS, a teacher train­ing pro­gram designed to pro­mote effec­tive class­room man­age­ment skills in mid­dle school teach­ers. CHAMPS aimed to strength­en teacher class­room man­age­ment strate­gies, pro­mote stu­dent pro-social behav­iors and school achieve­ment, reduce class­room aggres­sion and non­co­op­er­a­tion with peers and teach­ers, and pro­mote ways teach­ers can effec­tive­ly col­lab­o­rate with par­ents to sup­port their school involve­ment. This project was fund­ed by the Insti­tute of Edu­ca­tion Sci­ences (IES).

The Class­room Check-Up (CCU) 
This project aimed to devel­op an online sys­tem for school-based per­son­nel to sup­port teach­ers in effec­tive class­room man­age­ment prac­tices in ele­men­tary schools based on Dr. Reinke’s teacher con­sul­ta­tion mod­el, the Class­room Check-Up. This con­sul­ta­tion mod­el is designed to increase behav­ior man­age­ment while focus­ing on chang­ing the entire class­room ecol­o­gy address­ing the need for class­room lev­el sup­port while min­i­miz­ing treat­ment integri­ty prob­lems com­mon to school-based con­sul­ta­tion. This project was fund­ed by the Insti­tute of Edu­ca­tion Sci­ences (IES).

STARS
The pur­pose of STARS is to test whether the Self-Mon­i­tor­ing Train­ing and Reg­u­la­tion Strat­e­gy (STARS) inter­ven­tion can improve behav­ior, social emo­tion­al learn­ing skills, and aca­d­e­m­ic per­for­mance for fifth grade stu­dents who engage in dis­rup­tive or oth­er­wise chal­leng­ing class­room behav­iors. STARS is a Tier 2 tar­get­ed inter­ven­tion for stu­dents who need extra sup­port to engage in pos­i­tive class­room behav­iors. School-based coun­selors or psy­chol­o­gists serve as STARS facil­i­ta­tors who work with these stu­dents to cre­ate per­son­al­ly-designed behav­ior plans in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the stu­den­t’s teacher. STARS facil­i­ta­tors pro­vide stu­dents with direct instruc­tion in social emo­tion­al learn­ing skills and oppor­tu­ni­ties to prac­tice these skills, receive feed­back, and mon­i­tor their own per­for­mance. This project was fund­ed by the Insti­tute of Edu­ca­tion Sci­ences (IES).

Boone Coun­ty Schools Men­tal Health Coali­tion (BCSMHC)
The Boone Coun­ty Schools Men­tal Health Coali­tion is a mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary col­lab­o­ra­tion among Boone County’s six inde­pen­dent school dis­tricts, the Uni­ver­si­ty of Mis­souri (COE), Depart­ment of Edu­ca­tion­al School and Coun­sel­ing Psy­chol­o­gy and School Coun­sel­ing (ESCP), the Mis­souri Pre­ven­tion Cen­ter and the School of Social Work (SSW). The Coali­tion is imple­ment­ing an inno­v­a­tive pilot pro­gram fund­ed by the Children’s Ser­vices Board of Boone Coun­ty to rain school-based per­son­nel to imple­ment pro­grams with school-age youth proven to pro­mote men­tal health and well-being.