With new guidance, the U.S. Department of Education is putting schools on notice that they need to rethink the way they are disciplining students with disabilities.

Too often, children with disabilities are facing discipline because they do not have the support, services and modifications they need to manage their behavior and they are frequently disciplined in a discriminatory way, with consequences that are more severe than for others exhibiting similar behaviors, the Education Department said.

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