Discipline Procedures for Students with Disabilities
An important responsibility of the Department of Education is to reinforce the fact that students with disabilities, including emotional and behavioral disabilities, are just as entitled to a free public education as anyone else. If behavior/s interfere with presence in the classroom, the student is not receiving the education they are entitled to. The student has a right to receive all of the services outlined within their IEP and it is the school’s responsibility to design positive behavioral interventions whenever a student’s behavior interferes with his or her schooling. When behavior continues to have a negative impact, changes to the student’s IEP and BIP should be made in order to work towards building a better and more valuable educational environment.
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