My son is 17. Will be turning 18 in april 24. He is in special ed classes. He has always been a good kid until recently. I notice wrong crowd grades went down to f uu excessive tardies not showing up to school. I warned him about this. I would do something drastic change him schools.he is not happy we are moving. I have given him several changes including I will drive all this way to keep you in the same school if you change. last straw when I came home and saw he had no hair all shave told me something fell on it that why he did it. Of course he lied to me because it was all clean cut from the back. So now I move him to another city without him knowing he was going to stay until I took him there. threw out his wanna be clothes away. Had his counselor call him and tell him that the school he is going is no longer an option for him to go to. Now he says that he will drop out. I don't know if I did do a good or bad but I did what I thought was best for the situation. I am concern what will happen next and what should I do. Now he is mad of course at all of us for this changes. He is not officially taken out of school yet I am just keeping him away for now. Please help
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