N.C. school sued over treatment of children with autism

09/19/2008 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Disability Rights North Carolina has sued a Raleigh-area school board, saying students with autism were improperly restrained and told to wrestle other students and staff in a vacant classroom. Parents said their complaints were not addressed; district officials said they began investigating internally after learning of the allegations on Aug. 26.

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