In schools, who should be asked to fill out the TRF on a particular child?

Answer:   Whenever practical, all teachers who know the child fairly well should be asked to fill out separate TRFs.  Because completion of the TRF requires no special training, it can be completed by teacher aides as well as by teachers.  It can also be filled out by administrators and counselors who know the child well.  Because different staff members may have different samples and views of a child's behavior, it is desirable to have several staff complete separate TRFs for the child.  

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