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‘Off the Books’ School Removal Violates Students’ Rights

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Does this scenario seem familiar? Your fifth grader, feeling anxious or threatened, lashes out by yelling or pushing another student.

One month later, a school principal calls and tells you to pick up your child because they were disruptive in the cafeteria.

When you arrive, the principal says your student needs to start going home for lunch. A few weeks later, you get another call.

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