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Best Answer Borsia says
Agree, agree and agree. My sentiments exactly! Thanks for this one.
Andrew Spacey says
Most schools in the US require staffers to provide parents and children with discipline guidelines and consequences. I have seen many restrained and taken away, and always for good cause.
Christin Sander says
Yes, it is a grey area. However the Individuals With Disabilities Act requires that special needs kids must be taught with other students and not segregated, even when they are violent. The dangers are tremendous to others.
No. I am talking about very young children who are violent and become uncontrollable in the classroom. There was just an item on the news recently about this that has led to a lawsuit from an ADHD child's behavior.
Legally, teachers are only supposed to touch a child to defend themselves. Violent kids are not just those who are disabled, and dangers go far beyond the child, himself. Violent kids can maim and/or kill...anybody who gets in their way.