Behavioral Disorders: Focus on Change an article from Hoagie’s Gifted Education Page. Many children who are intellectually gifted experience emotional and behavioral disabilities in school.
Center for Parent and Informational Services provides information and research materials on helping students succeed in school and the community. I found it difficult to navigate but there are brochures and links that might be helpful. They include webinars including an Introduction to the Juvenile Justice Toolkit.
Children’s Mental Health and Emotional or Behavioral Disorders Project reminder that 13 percent of students age 8 to 15 have a diagnosable mental disorder during their school years and other statistics. They provide resources and describe where, when, and how to get help.
Education Corner appears to be a cite for homeschooling. They describe Emotional and Behavioral Problems in the Classroom.
Improving Post-School Outcomes for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders another article from Hoagie’s Gifted Education Page.
Emotional and Behavioral Disorder provides a definition and contact for students residing in Georgia.