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Disabled students face dangerous discipline in Minnesota

"It happens thousands of times a year in Minnesota’s classrooms: Disabled students get punished for disruptive outbursts with severe forms of discipline — from forceful physical restraint to extended solitary confinement — that are either banned or more restricted in other states. State reports examined by the Star Tribune show that such discipline occurred nearly 22,000 times on more than 2,500 special education students last year." Read the full investigation by the Star Tribune here.

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