Indiana bill could avert frivolous lawsuits questioning teachers' decisions

01/30/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Special educator Angela Williams' students increasingly threaten to sue when she attempts to control disruptive students. That's sort of issue has prompted some Indiana lawmakers to introduce a bill that would give teachers qualified immunity as long as they act reasonably to keep order in their classrooms.

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