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Terminating a Child’s Enrolment Because of Behaviour Issues

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When Behaviour Issues Get to be Unmanageable. A member has asked if her service can legally terminate the enrolment of a child whose behaviour has left other children crying, disrupts the programme, and requires constant individual supervision. She’s worried what […]

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