To what extent should youngsters with EBD (emotional/behavioral disability) be held accountable for their conduct?
People who have disabilities are nonetheless responsible for the choices that they make. Allowances can be made for them because a disability makes controlling behavior difficult, but it can and must be controlled to the extent that the person can function in society, or they must be restricted from society and committed, either voluntarily or involuntarily, to an institution where their special needs can be more appropriately met and handled.
Even in the school environment, EBD students can be accommodated in regular inclusion classrooms to the extent that ...
Discussion of the extent to which an EBD student is accountable for their bahavior.