Hank Bohanon is a Professor of Special Education and Coordinator of Special Education Teacher Preparation, and Special Needs Alignment Across General Education Teacher Education Program at Loyola University Chicago. He earned his B.S. in Psychology from East Texas State University, M.Ed. in Special Education in Behavioral Intervention from the University of North Texas, and Ph.D. in Special Education for Students with Multiple Handicaps from the University of Kansas.
Professor Bohanon’s work focuses on supports for high school settings and state level evaluation of practice for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, Response to Intervention, Social and Emotional Learning, and School Mental Health.
Bohanon, Hank, et al. “A Case Example of the Implementation of Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support in a High School Setting Using Change Point Test Analysis.” Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth 56.2 (2012): 91-103.
Bohanon, H., et al. “School-Wide Application of Urban High School Positive Behavior Support: A Case Study.” Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports 8.3 (2006): 131-145.
Hall, Nakia, Hank Bohanon, and Steve Goodman. “Behavioral Support: Research-Based Program Reduces Discipline Problems.” American School Board Journal Online (2016).