Sunday, August 5, 2012

Ohio Schools Lock Up Students in Seclusion Rooms

Some Ohio children with disabilities are regularly isolated in cell-like rooms, closets or oldoffices when they behave badly.
The rooms are supposed to be used to calm or restrain children who become violent. But an investigation by The Dispatch and StateImpact Ohio, which is a collaboration of NPR and Ohio public-radio stations, found that they’re being misused.

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