3/18/2010

Progress on a Wisconsin effort to limit the use of restraint and seclusion in schools has ground to a halt in the face of divisions between education and disability groups. The bill, which is stuck in the state Assembly's education committee, has the support of disability groups, who say such disciplinary tactics harm children. Education groups, however, say the bill limits teachers' ability to stop youths from harming themselves or others.

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