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Wisconsin Probes Use of 'Quiet Rooms'

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Wisconsin is investigating Ashland Middle School for allegedly misusing its quiet rooms. State rules call for the rooms to be used only to seclude students who are a threat to themselves or others. Principal Brian Anderson has said the rooms may have been misused in the past, but alternative-education staff members are now following state rules.

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Vol. 28, Issue 30, Page 5

Published in Print: April 29, 2009, as Wisconsin Probes Use of 'Quiet Rooms'
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