Plan for seclusion areas riles advocates in Wisconsin district

Wisconsin education officials say they will review one district's plans to use federal stimulus money to create seclusion areas in special-education classrooms, after criticism from groups that oppose the use of the practice for students with disabilities. District officials say the areas are sometimes necessary to provide educators with separate, quiet places to calm down agitated students. Advocates for students with disabilities say the money could better spent training teachers to manage students without segregating them.

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