Given the growth of MI in schools that has occurred since the first edition was published, the book has been revised and updated. Several key improvements have been made to the current edition. First, the literature on the science and practice of motivational interviewing (MI) in schools has been updated. Second, the chapter on MI with students has been vastly expanded and describes many new applications of MI in schools with youth. Third, the chapters on implementation and dissemination have been completely rewritten. These chapters reflect the latest science about how to ensure one is implementing MI as intended and strategies for learning and improving MI skills. Fourth, it has expanded coverage of MI applications with school problem solving teams. The authors believe that this is an emerging and important area of research and practice and hope this chapter sparks important progress for building and sustaining effective problem solving teams. Fifth, the chapter on the context of motivation and getting teachers, parents, and students to be willing to engage in MI conversations has been expanded. Finally, every chapter on specific applications of MI has been updated. The book is organized in three parts: an overview of MI; specific applications of MI with teachers, parents, students, families, and problem-solving teams; and implementation and dissemination strategies for learning MI and monitoring fidelity. This book includes several features intended to aid learning and retention of material. It provides extensive examples of MI conversations and dialogue, each with labels of MI strategies that are being used and consulted to change and sustain talk responses. These examples show MI is used in structured interventions and also how it can be used everyday as one interacts with anyone who is contemplating change. Finally, the current edition has many Expert Tips for learning and improving MI skills.