Wisconsin Sets Limits on Restraint, Seclusion
Wisconsin has joined other states in passing laws regulating the use of restraints and seclusion at school. Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill last week that bans school employees from isolating or restraining students except in cases where they are in immediate danger of hurting themselves or others. Students may only be secluded as long as necessary to resolve...
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