Undivided: Can my child be in a gen ed setting if they elope or show aggression?

Should Students Who Elope Or Are Aggressive Be Excluded From Gen Ed Classes?

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Jun. 29, 2022Updated Jun. 29, 2022

Does eloping or showing aggression in a classroom mean your child should be excluded from a general education setting? Education Advocate Dr. Caitlin Solone explains how these actions should not exclude children from a gen ed setting as these actions are actually a call for more support.

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