Have a meeting after suspension is over to prove or promise they can be trusted back into school?
The kid has Autism. He can't make any promises about his unpredictable behavior and I can't promise anything. I'm not even there. To top it off this is a Special Ed program, they should know better.
Why not just let the kid resume school without the meeting? Of course we're just gonna say "Yes, we'll do our best". What a waste of time (in that regard)
Asked by Zoeyis at 8:08 AM on Dec. 9, 2010 inLevel 31 (46,808 Credits)
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