House Votes to Protect Pupils Against Abusive Discipline

In a move to provide the first comprehensive protections for children against abusive disciplinary actions by schools, the House on Wednesday easily approved a bill to restrict the use of forcible restraint and seclusion, in which children are held down, drugged or isolated in a locked room to control their behavior.

House Votes to Protect Pupils Against Abusive Discipline – NYTimes.com.

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