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Both behavior and comment incident types cannot be school-level-specific; they apply to all school levels. That being said, there is a creative solution for this issue — include the school level abbreviation in the name of the behavior or incident type.
If you want a behavior incident type for "Insubordination" and have it be school level specific, you could create three separate incident types to imply school levels, such as:
- Insubordination (Lower School)
- Insubordination (Middle School)
- Insubordination (Upper School)
If you want an incident type called "Cheating" to only be used by middle and upper school levels, you could imply the school levels in the following ways:
- Cheating (Middle School)
- Cheating (Upper School)
- Cheating (Middle/Upper School)
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