What is the Benchmarks of Quality (BoQ)?
The BoQ is a self-assessment for school leadership teams to identify areas of success and areas of improvement for the implementation of the Universal components of PBIS. The features include: PBIS Team, Faculty Commitment, Discipline Procedures, Data Entry & Analysis, Expectation, Recognition, Teaching, Implementation Plan, Classroom Systems and Evaluation.
When is the BoQ conducted?
The BoQ is a self-assessment that is conducted two times per year in November (optional) and April. Your school will be prompted when it is time to complete this assessment.
Who conducts the BoQ?
Your school leadership team completes with BoQ with the School Coordinator and/or SU/District Coordinator.
How does the BoQ get scored?
The School Coordinator logs into www.pbisapps.org to access the BoQ Scoring Form. The BoQ Scoring Guide is needed to complete this assessment and can be found linked to each question on the scoring form or can be printed for all team members to see.
To enter your scores directly into www.pbisapps.org, please follow these instructions:
1) Go to www.pbisapps.org
2) Click on the Login button on the top right of the screen
3) Enter your School ID number (this is the same number you use to access your SAS data)
4) Locate the BoQ Survey that is open and click on the arrow under "actions" to begin the survey.
If you have lost or have forgotten your School ID number please contact Sabine Baldwin at email@example.com.
How do we access our BoQ data graph?
You will be able to access your BoQ data in both table and graph form through www.pbisapps.org using your School ID number when the assessment window closes. The maximum score is 107 and teams implementing with fidelity achieve a score of 70% or above.