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Q: Will My Son Do Better in a Special Education Classroom?

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Q: “My son is in second grade. He has autism and a mood disorder. He has emotional breakdowns, and will get angry when he feels left out, so I don’t want to place him in a special education class in public school.

Any suggestions about placing him in a mainstream classroom?”I presume your son has an Individualized Education Program (IEP) under the IDEA, which sets forth his classroom setting as well as his academic and behavioral supports and accommodations.

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