Time runs out for ban on locked seclusion and face-down restraints in Illinois schools; advocates vow to try again
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January 14, 20216 min read, 1166 words

Time runs out for ban on locked seclusion and face-down restraints in Illinois schools; advocates vow to try againTime runs out for ban on locked seclusion and face-down restraints in Illinois schools; advocates vow to try again

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Published: January 14, 2021  |  6 min read, 1166 words
This story is a collaboration between the Chicago Tribune and ProPublica. Illinois lawmakers had the support to ban schools from locking students alone in a room or physically restraining them face down. But they didn’t have the time. Advertisement A yearlong legislative effort t...
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