Jessica Daily currently works within the Educational and Community Supports (ECS) research unit in the College of Education at the University of Oregon.
The ECS research unit provides support to over 25,000 educational organizations around the world who are implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS). In addition, ECS provides access to various web-based applications which allow schools to collect, monitor, and use fidelity and outcome data related to school-wide discipline and behavior support systems.
Her current roles are leading the training team for PBIS Applications, as well as participating on the project team for the TIPS Ed Tech research project.
Prior to this role, Jessica worked for the Colorado Department of Education, as part of the leadership team for the state-wide PBIS initiative. Within this role, she gained experience with PBIS implementation at the district and school level, MTSS & PBIS systems coaching, professional development, and implementation science.
Jessica received an MEd in School Psychology from Loyola University-Chicago in 2001 and recently completed her EdD in the Educational, Methodology, and Leadership Program at the University of Oregon.
Her passion is to help educators develop positive learning environments for kids.Â She is a self-proclaimed “data geek” who loves to use data to inform practices and support positive change in our educational systems.