Kane In Your Corner investigates student restraint methods in New Jersey schools. Is it needed?

Students with special needs are being physically restrained at school, and a Kane In Your Corner investigation finds school districts don't always follow the law when they do it.

News 12 Staff

Apr 19, 2023, 1:45 PM

Updated 368 days ago

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Students with special needs are being physically restrained at school, and a Kane In Your Corner investigation finds school districts don't always follow the law when they do it.
News 12's senior investigative reporter Walt Kane investigated the issue Tuesday night and joined the Mornings on News 12 show on Wednesday to discuss how often students are restrained in New Jersey.


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