Discipline Discussions: The Impact and Harm of Exclusionary Discipline

Valerie C. Williams, director of the Office of Special Education Programs, introduces a blog series that will explain topics of interest related to the discipline and behavior guidance package released by her office in the Summer of 2022. The blog series will expound on topics such as alternatives to exclusionary discipline, informal removals, discipline disparities, and behavior as part of a free appropriate public education. The series will also feature relevant resources for stakeholders to encourage a shift to address challenging behavior proactively, positively and preventatively.

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