Not sure what to do now? The school changed my son's placement from Partially Integrated to Withdrawal. They changed every single child's placement fin the Asperger's classroom for next year to Withdrawal. Now they can close the program. This has all been done behind the backs of the parents, sneakily and on the sly. My son is 18 now, an adult here, and I think they got him to sign something he didn't understand. Not sure how they changed all the other students' placements but they did. The classroom will become a resource room, instead of an asperger's class, with only one Educational Assistant in place. This is down from one teacher and two EA's to supervise and assist. My son was thrown into a withdrawal placement in grade 9 and it was a miserable failure, the EA assigned didn't have a clue and my son ended up frustrated and running out of the school into a main street right into the path of a very large truck, the driver was on the ball and managed to swerve and avoid, the police were called to restrain my son and he almost ended up in the psychiatric ward on a 72 hour hold. With only two more years of high school to go, I became complacent, I stopped fighting because I didn't think I'd have to fight anymore, sigh........ This change will not only affect the next two years of school but will also impact his college or university accommodations. Any suggestions?