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Posted March 03. 2014 2:58PM

Teachers in affluent towns most likely to restrain, seclude disruptive kids says UNH

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School districts with high concentrations of poverty and high numbers of black and Latino students have lower incidences of restraint and seclusion than their more wealthy and less diverse counterparts, according to an analysis of the Civil Rights Data Collection from the U.S. Department of Education conducted by researchers at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.