Ala. considers policy on restraint, seclusion in schools

10/17/2011 | Gadsden Times (Ala.), The

Education officials in Alabama are seeking input from school districts on proposed policies regarding the practice of restraint and seclusion against students in the state's K-12 public schools. The policies would prohibit chemical, mechanical and prone restraints and would be applied to all students, including those with disabilities, and would ban seclusion in the absence of a trained professional.

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