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What are the exclusionary clauses in the eligibility determination of EBD students and why do you think these exclusions exist?

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There has been a lack of precision in the definition of EBD and oftentimes, it is associated with other categories such as the LD (Learning Disability) as manifested in a substantial academic underachievement. Both EBD and LD have exclusionary clause that states a criterion for learning problems as those that can't be explained by sensory, intellectual or health factors. Social maladjustment is also an exclusion to the ...

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* Exclusionary clauses in the EBD
* Comparison of emotional behavioral disorder and social maladjustment
* 291 words
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