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Old 08-17-2011, 04:12 AM
 
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Just like you would never take away a child's glasses, you wouldn't take away his or her behavioral plan. Remember, sometimes students need more support for behavioral issues. It is our responsibility to be sure they receive what they need. Working with your specialists and your families will ensure that these issues are met to the best of your ability.

As far as having the discussion with or without the child; that depends on the child and the family. As you get to know your student; that will tell you... I have had these conversations both ways and for different reasons. Consult your specialists and your principal as well to see where the best choice will fall.
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