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z What if a learner becomes disruptive to another learner, a class, or the FTTA-OL program?

While we do not anticipate problems with class disruption in the FTTA-OL program, there may be situations where a learner may intentionally or unintentionally disrupt the progress of other learners in a class. This could include but is not limited to insufficient language skills, discourse that is unrelated to course materials, disclosure of inappropriate personal experiences, personal attacks, or abusive language. The FTTA-OL office retains the right to dismiss or decline reenrollment to any learner that is deemed a disruption to the FTTA-OL program.