A couple of students have caused me to rethink my classroom management procedures and rules, and since they will be students for at least three more years, something has to improve or I will lose it Both students exhibit many traits of someone with ODD or RAD. Token economies, positive behavior supports, getting parents involved, even calling the campus resource officer in to get one particular student under control a number of times didn't improve his behavior. Our school psychologist thinks the students are too impacted by their disability (autism) to make a BIP work. I don't get that at all. So two resources that I've found are Fred Jones "Tools for Teaching", and Dr. Becky Bailey's "Conscious Discipline." They both address the "hard core" student's I'm dealing with, but Jones doesn't directly address students in special ed, and Dr. Bailey talks about her methods mostly with younger children. Does anyone have any insights on these two author's methods or suggestions for use with HS students with mod/sev disabilities?