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Does federal disability law bar colleges from removing students on medical grounds when they appear to pose a threat to themselves, but not to others? Education experts have debated this question, but there is rising demand for legal clarification. Gary Pavela says there are more pressing policy considerations than legal issues and that higher education should prohibit mandatory “self-harm” withdrawals.

In The Pavela Report Monthly: Reconsidering Mandatory ‘Self-Harm’ Withdrawals, Pavela discusses the factors to consider in seeking clarification.

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