Tennessee Takes Small Step to Protect Special Ed. Students from Seclusion and Restraint

Nashville Scene | May 2, 2008
Disability advocates who have spent more than a year trying to convince state legislators about the troubling fact that special education students are being physically restrained, strapped to chairs and locked in janitor closets hit a small landmark last week as the state Senate passed a bill to address a growing problem in classrooms across the state.

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