With the current emphasis on nationwide accountability and outcome data, schools are gradually becoming more scientific. Consequently, practitioners are seeking ways to adopt a defensible methodology for selecting evidence-based educational interventions to solve common academic and social behavior problems. The Evidence-Based Intervention Network (EBI Network), under the director of Dr. Chris Riley-Tillman, provides guidance and resources in the selection and implementation of evidence-based interventions in the classroom setting.

The EBI Network is housed within the Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology and works closely with faculty in the Department of Special Education, as well as partner programs at East Carolina University and Indiana University.

Learn more about the EBI Network.