Parents blow whistle on "timeout" policy

12/3/2002 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Some schools are using "timeout" rooms to discipline students, rather than using them to give students a chance to simmer down, critics say. Parents of one special-education student have brought a lawsuit against Minneapolis schools, alleging their son was locked in room that was unfit for an animal.

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