Study: School culture, policies drive use of restraint and seclusion
from Disability Scoop
New research suggests that local factors may play the biggest role in determining how likely students with disabilities are to experience restraint and seclusion at school. An analysis looking at rates of restraint and seclusion of those with disabilities in American schools across two years finds that most districts rarely employ the practices while a small group of districts report "exceedingly high rates." In many cases, however, researchers found that variation between high-use and low-use districts was most pronounced within the same states.
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