Mr Russell Fox is an educator with experience teaching in both primary and secondary school settings. He has worked extensively in alternative education settings, specifically supporting students exhibiting behaviours of concern and at risk of school disengagement. Following his direct work teaching students, Russell has worked in a capacity building role, providing in-school behaviour support coaching to teachers and school leaders. In addition to this, Russell has held a senior policy role within the Department of Education and Training in Victoria, working specifically on the development of policy and practice guides focused on reducing and eliminating the use of restrictive interventions in schools. Russell is currently a PhD candidate at Monash University. His research is focused on understanding the variables that contribute to the sustained implementation of school-wide positive behavioural interventions and supports in Australian schools.