Unrestrained Danger: Seclusion and Restraint in Virginia Public School The disAbility Law Center of Virginia released a report describing serious risks in Virginia’s public schools.
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The report, Unrestrained Danger, notes that in Virginia’s public schools, a child may be restrained for an unlimited amount of time, and the school faces no oversight or regulation. Schools do not even have to notify the parents when a restraint has been used.
Read the report and full investigative analysis here.
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