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ERIC Number: ED084632
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 26
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Disruptive Students.
Smith, David H., Ed.
A committee was formed to explore ways of helping school districts develop more effective programs for disruptive students. Committee findings revealed the need for the development of local guidelines to satisfy each school district's needs and for reliable feedback. Therefore, this report reflects efforts to sample various local approaches to the problem and represents feedback from a 2-day workshop that utilized some of the best informed people who work with disruptive students in the State of NEW York. Discussion topics range from descriptions of the scope, identification, prevention, and legal aspects of this behavior to the security measures needed to prevent such behavior. Pertinent illustrations are provided that include descriptions of approaches by one suburban school district, some city schools, some special classes and schools, several large urban schools, and some positive alternatives to student suspension. (Author/EA)
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Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany. Bureau of School Social Services.