Special-needs restraint called means to safety
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Special-needs restraint called means to safety

Alexandria : Egypt | Mar 09, 2012 at 3:07 AM PST
Source: The Columbus Dispatch
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To keep everyone safe, schools need to be able to restrain and isolate special-needs students when they become violent or disruptive, a national educators group says. And using seclusion rooms sometimes called timeout rooms or quiet rooms has allowed students whose disabilities once kept them from... FULL ARTICLE AT The Columbus Dispatch
 
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