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Yes they should be taught and we as educators can help, but not if it
will hurt the learning or safety of other children. In that case it
would have to be done in a more protective environment. I hope this
clears that up. thanks. Prof L

> I agree that correction for disruptive behavior SHOULD be taught at home,
> but what about homes where disruptive behavior is the NORM?????  Does that
> mean we should write these folks off as academically unrecyclable?  If
> skills ARE NOT taught where they OUGHT to be, that does NOT, to me, mean
> that those skills CAN NOT, or SHOULD NOT be taught elsewhere!
>
> Peggy Keller
> English Instructional Technician
> Assistance Centers for Education
> Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute
> 525 Buena Vista SE
> Albuquerque, NM  87106
>
Sue Lorraine Lavorata
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