Kansas school board moves toward regulating seclusion, restraint

04/18/2012 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

State school-board officials in Kansas voted Tuesday to approve a plan to take steps to regulate the use of restraint and seclusion of students in the state's schools. "It is a clear indication they want to adopt regulations," said Rocky Nichols, executive director with the Disability Rights Center of Kansas, who spoke in support of creating new regulations. "The draft still needs some work. But this is an important positive step."

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