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Data: Restraint, seclusion restricted in more states

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 30, 2015

Twenty-two states have laws restricting the use of restraint and seclusion for all students in schools -- up from nine in 2009, according to a recent report. Data also show 34 states specifically restrict such approaches for students with disabilities, an increase from 21 in 2009. Education Week (tiered subscription model) (03/27)


Mass. school takes individual approach to learning

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 27, 2015

Some states experiment with multiclassroom teachers

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 30, 2015

Risk of GI problems higher in children with autism, study finds

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 27, 2015

How "embodied learning" gets results

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 27, 2015

ADHD symptoms more likely to appear in children exposed to pollutants before birth

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 30, 2015

High-school students help make the arts accessible

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 30, 2015

Report: Massage treatments may benefit children with autism

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 30, 2015

4 tips to create connected-learning communities

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 27, 2015

Why schools should ensure online content is accessible

SmartBrief on Special Education | Mar 30, 2015


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