Can a special ed. child that is in a behavioral classroom and is not an inclusion student be sent to an alternative school program?

I want to know if this is right. A child that is special ed. and stays in a behavioral class all day for all of his subjects. Can this child be sent to an alternative school for an assault offense? I just don't see how this would be right going from a class that is the absolute least restrictive to a class where students set at carrels and follow strict rules.
In Topics: My Relationship with my child's school, Special education, Special needs
> 60 days ago



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