Hope Caperton-Brown, Ed.D., is a co-developer of the PASS Program, a licensed psychologist, and licensed specialist in school psychology. She has more than 30 years of educational experience as a classroom teacher, school counselor, director of psychological services, psychologist in private practice, and university professor. Dr. Caperton-Brown has presented at national, regional, and local conferences on topics such as positive approaches to behavior management in school settings, the impact of drug/alcohol dependence, neuropsychology in schools, gender identity, effective parenting, anxiety disorders in school-age children, and special education discipline. Her research includes publications on the relationship between drug and alcohol dependence and cooperative behavior. She was selected as the recipient of the 2002 Outstanding School Psychologist Award presented by the Texas Association of School Psychologists.
Universal tools to craft the climate and culture of the whole school.
Tools to help teachers make a positive impact with all of their students.
Individualized interventions to support students with the greatest need.
Tools to develop and enhance explicit instruction across the curriculum and intervention programs to improve reading achievement.