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Be Good In School, And Earn Some 'Bucks'

By Charlotte Albright

Be Good In School, And Earn Some 'Bucks'

More than a hundred schools across Vermont are trying a new way to keep kids from being disruptive. It’s called PBIS—short for “Positive Behavioral

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