SB 1170: Use, Prevention, and Reduction of Seclusion and Restraint on Students with Disabilities in Public Schools
GENERAL BILL by Flores
Use, Prevention, and Reduction of Seclusion and Restraint on Students with Disabilities in Public Schools; Requiring that manual physical restraint be used only in an emergency when there is an imminent risk of serious injury or death to the student or others; prohibiting the use of manual physical restraint by school personnel who are not certified to use district-approved methods for applying restraint techniques; requiring that each school medically evaluate a student after the student is manually physically restrained; prohibiting school personnel from placing a student in seclusion; providing requirements for the use of time-out, etc.
Last Action: 5/3/2013 Senate - Died in Education
Location: In committee/council (ED)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Education (ED)
- Children, Families, and Elder Affairs (CF)
- Appropriations Subcommittee on Education (AED)
- Appropriations (AP)
• Referred to Education; Children, Families, and Elder Affairs; Appropriations Subcommittee on Education; Appropriations -SJ 87
• Introduced -SJ 87
• Died in Education
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