Do schools typically expel students after they need to be suspended for more than 10 days in the United States?
- Spock (rhp)Lv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
not necessarily. during the ten day suspension, the administration will evaluate the student's conduct more seriously. After that review, and possibly reading the police report [if any], then the decision to expel may be taken up. Or might not.
In my state, "expelled" effectively means that the student is transferred to the county accommodation school. This is located either next to or within the juvenile detention center [jail for kids]. Transportation to the accommodation school is NOT provided by the district -- it is the parents' responsibility.
Of course, many students who are thus "expelled" try to immediately drop out of school rather than go to school with the criminal youth. That, however, can not be done before age 16 under any circumstances [and requires written parental permission before age 17].
Students eligible for IEPs are rarely expelled unless and until there have been several incidents of violence involving the student.Source(s): grampa
- 10 months ago
I expel gas every 10 minutes