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Dangerous Conduct by Students With Disabilities: Legal Guidelines for Appropriate Responses

Price: $27.95


By John W. Norlin, Esq.

It’s inevitable. Every school eventually faces dangerous or criminal behavior by a student. But when the student has disabilities, the rules are different. Don’t be caught unprepared...

Introducing the only resource that breaks down legal requirements of all the laws involved – IDEA, Section 504, FERPA and Gun-Free Schools Act – to guide you in crafting an appropriate, compliant response.

You get a firm grip on rules governing: suspensions and expulsions, removal to interim alternative education settings, involvement of police and courts, use of restraint and seclusion, and safety-related disclosure of education records. Guidance on your responsibilities in these tricky situations empowers you to:

  • Identify potential liability issues involving the use of restraint or seclusion
  • Evaluate when misconduct requires compliance with the IDEA's discipline procedures or warrants a unilateral placement in an IAES
  • Determine when you can legally disclose confidential information about a student
  • And more!

(2012. Pamphlet. 64 pp. Product Code: 300635. S/H: $5.50)

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