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Suspension of IEP student; school advocate sees in spring
Over the years I’ve noticed IEP students with behaviors being suspended more frequently at the month or so before the end of the school year.
A few years back our U.S. Congress gave school districts the ability to suspend students with IEPs up to ten school days during a school year.
In the spring, patience can wear thin and school staffer’s might suspend a student who has not yet been suspended ten days that school term. So why not find a reason to suspend the student? These school staffers may have no idea that a multi-day suspension might be the breaking point for a family? a marriage? income?
Parent’s can be proactive to puruse an appropriate behavior plan exists within the IEP for a student.
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