Should Students w/ Distracting Behaviors Be Excluded From General Education?

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Jun. 29, 2022Updated Jun. 29, 2022

Sometimes schools remove kids with disabilities from general education classes because of “distracting” behaviors. Dr. Caitlin Solone discusses why this is not okay , and how all kids may be missing out on a learning opportunity when children with behaviors are removed from the classroom.

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