Restraint Bill Good But Rarely Used in La Crosse

A Senate approved bill, passed last month, would limit the ability of public school teachers and staff to seclude or physically restrain students. And though it is not really common in the La Crosse School District, Superintendent, Randy Nelson, says it does happen.

The bill was passed by the Senate on a voice vote and now goes to the Assembly.

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