Ohio education board adopts rules on seclusion, restraint

01/16/2013 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

The Ohio Board of Education has adopted a new policy that permits school staff to use seclusion rooms and restraints only if students pose a physical threat to themselves or others. The policy also requires schools to notify parents in writing when these techniques are used. According to the new rules, such records will be deemed educational and may be protected from public exposure by student-privacy laws.

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