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Georgia Bans Student Restraints

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Georgia schools are no longer allowed to put students in solitary confinement under a ban approved by the state board of education last week. The ban also limits the use of restraint to calm misbehaving students in the classroom and requires schools to notify parents when their children are restrained by teachers and other school officials.

Vol. 29, Issue 36, Page 4

Published in Print: July 14, 2010, as Georgia Bans Student Restraints
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