I have an overload of reading right now and am second guessing myself. IEP was last Monday. Psychologist went over results, but not to my satisfaction. Said auditory skills were superior, visual below average. academically 92 and 99% higher than others in same grade. Showed significant anxiety, terrified of failure. Noted she observed him covering his eyes, closing his eyes and putting head down during auditory portion of test. His way of processing information....the VERY things he gets in trouble for, yelled at for, and eventually removed from class for. Was told thoughts going through his brain so fast he physically cannot keep up needs to learn how to slow himself down. This causes frustration / anxiety. Trouble writing due to not being able to keep up with thoughts. She drew a graph showing where he scored. That is all. Then IEP..All agreed that when difficult child is approached with a negative tone or yelled at he will react immediately yelling. All agreed that he needs to be approached calmly. I do not have a hard copy of either. did not sign anything. They didn't mention getting me final copies. But since last Monday difficult child has been removed from class every single day. And most days prior. sometimes it is only for that particular class, sometimes it is for the entire day, other times just a couple hours. he is sent to the office with paperwork to do(visual). My concern here is he scored below average with visual above average for auditory. So, now they are taking out of the auditory environment forcing him to do the visual which is causing much anxiety and frustration. But if he acts up once removed then he is out of school suspension. Please correct me here if I am wrong: If a child's behavior is a manifestation of their disability they cannot be disciplined for their disability. Is this true? Can a child with a disability be held to the same Student Code of Condact as students with no disabilities? - that is always the reason VP gives me..."I have 1000 other students here who have to follow the rules, if everyone yelled". difficult child is NOT violent. If someone yells at him he reacts. he DOES have a conscience. he does sometimes go back and apologize when he feels it is necessary. (all depends on the teacher / person) If it is someone who treats him nice, and it was just a bad day, he will go back and apologize. If it is the normal everyday issues, he will not. Honestly..at this point, I truely feel the teachers are competing to see who can set him off first. Just some very piddly issues got him in ISS last week. Should of just been let go. And would of for anyone else. So, before I go I am asked to sign this IEP can anyone tell me if I have my facts correct.