True or False: When using in-school suspension with students with disabilities, it is not necessary to continue the student's FAPE.
True or False: Emergency procedures such as immediate suspension and physical restraint cannot be used unless parents are notified and are allowed to witness the procedure.
True or False: Students with disabilities who attend public school are subject to a school district's regular discipline policies.
True or False: A court may find that a special education student was deprived of a FAPE if the student's problem behaviors were not addressed in the IEP.
True or False: A legally and educationally acceptable behavior intervention plan (BIP) is one that describes prohibited behavior and specifies consequences for the misbehavior.
True or False: Under the IDEA, most discipline procedures used with students in public schools must be adapted to meet the needs of students in special education.
True or False: The IDEA does not establish a limitation on the number of days per school year students with disabilities can be suspended from school.
True or False: According to the U.S. Supreme Court corporal punishment in schools is prohibited by the constitution.
True or False: It is up to the IEP team to decide which behaviors are impeding the learning of the student and his or her peers and, therefore, should be addressed in the IEP.
The first case in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that schools cannot unilaterally change the placement of children through expulsions was
Honig v. Doe
Federal courts have held that it is a change of placement to suspend students for
more than 10 consecutive days.
An example of a controlled disciplinary procedure is
Educational services must be provided to a student with disabilities if he or she is suspended
10 or more days