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Improving the educational attainment and outcomes for youth with emotional and behavioral disturbances (EBD) should be a high priority goal for policy makers, school systems, and researchers. Students with EBD drop out of high school more than any other group of students with disabilities. 1-2 A truncated education is correlated with lower wages, lower employment rates, and poorer health. 3-5 Youth with EBD also participate in postsecondary education less frequently and have lower rates ofdoi:10.7191/pib.1097 fatcat:g2kpez32ifeobknezmntg3g2v4