Bill Aims To Curb Physical Restraint And Isolation In Public Schools
Marcie Sillman speaks with Calyn Holdaway, mother of three special needs students who have been physically restrained and isolated in Washington's public schools.
Also, we hear from Veronica Cook, a special education teacher in the Shoreline school district.
Lawmakers say kids are physically restrained or isolated too often in public schools. A bill currently in front of the state legislature aims to address this issue by tightening regulations.