Our expert says:
I wondr why she focusses on this one specific child. General degrees of hostility or aggression can occur for various reasons, b ut there would be some extra reason why aggression would be focussed on a particular other child. Can't the school advise, and perhaps simp,y keep them apart for the time being ? If there are psyc's at the school, and working on behaviour modification, they ought to be able to solve this problem, and putting a child "on probation" because the psych's have so far failed to handle the situation, seems unfair. I understand your feelings of alarm, but this really has to be discussed in detail with the psych's who have the advantage of both knowledge and experience, and of having examined the child in detail.
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