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Dr. Chris Balow’s PBIS and SEL Article Accepted for Publication

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Apr 27, 2021 8:00:00 AM

Our Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Christopher Balow, has been accepted for publication by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals.

Dr. Balow has an extensive background in behavioral psychology and many years of working with educators to improve student outcomes and school climate.

In addition to his direct work with administrators across the nation, he also guides SchoolMint on industry climate, research initiatives, strategic enrollment management positioning, and hosts our K-12 ChangeAgents podcast.

The Texas Study of Secondary Education magazine goes out twice a year to over 5,000 members and is available for online members.

Dr. Balow’s article was published in the Fall/Winter 2020 edition and the extended version of this article is available as an online resource on our SchoolMint website. Read the full report here!

About Dr. Christopher Balow

Dr. Christopher Balow has a Ph.D. in educational psychology from Arizona State University. He is the chief academic officer at SchoolMint, where he supports business development and product development efforts of our school climate and behavior management system. Previously an educator, Dr. Balow served in various roles for 33 years helping struggling students improve their academic, behavioral, social, and emotional needs as a school psychologist, adjunct instructor in the school psychology graduate program at the University of Minnesota, assistant director of special education, RTI/intervention director, and director of research and assessment.

About Texas Association of Secondary School Principals

According to TASSP’s site, The Texas Association of Secondary School Principals is an association formed by and for over 5,600 campus-level administrators. Established in 1922, its purpose is to build an active network of educators that want to take responsibility for the quality of school leadership. TASSP focuses on the need for collaboration between all stakeholders in education while using as its foundation a very effective volunteer force that provides a statewide knowledge base and informed leadership.”



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