2 BACB Learning or Ethics CEU
2 QABA Ethics or General CEU
BCBAs working in school systems face unique, often significant challenges as compared to their counterparts working in private sectors. As school systems operate under different sets of assumptions, standards, and expectations, BCBAs often find themselves trapped in situations of conflict as they try to balance their responsibility for meeting student outcomes and expectations of the school system, while avoiding violation of the BACB ethics code.
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