Fact or Fiction? Classroom Exclusions #2

David Morrill
Dec 16, 2019

Fact or Fiction?

A “Classroom Exclusion” occurs whenever a student is removed from the classroom.


A classroom exclusion occurs when a student is removed from a classroom or instructional activity area for behavioral violations. However, it does not include removals that result in missed instruction for a brief duration and when the following two things are happening while the student is out of class:

1) A teacher or other school personnel are attempting other forms of discipline to support the student in meeting behavioral expectations.

2) The student remains under the supervision of the teacher or other school personnel during the brief duration.

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