Senate OKs bill limiting teachers in restraint, seclusion of students

Did you know. . . . .The Senate approved a bill in January 2012 that would limit the ability of public school teachers and staff to seclude or physically restrain students.

The bill was passed by the Senate on a voice vote and now goes to the Assembly. The proposal was one of several education bills approved in January by senators, including legislation to allow schools to issue vocational high school diplomas.

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