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‘DISCIPLINE BOX’: FLORIDA SCHOOL PUT SPECIAL-NEEDS PRESCHOOLERS IN DRYWALL JAIL – LAWSUIT

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A lawsuit accuses Duval County Public Schools in Florida of punishing kids as young as 3 with a “discipline box” made of drywall. The filing alleges inadequate policies and training for special-needs teachers.

The lawsuit, first reported by WJAX, alleges that Love Grove Elementary School in Jacksonville had the box outside of a classroom for preschool special-needs children. Involved in the lawsuit is the mother of a 3-year-old with cerebral palsy who was one of the students placed in the box.

Duval County Public Schools does not have adequate policies for training and supervising staff to handle special-needs students, the lawsuit claims, adding that students understood that if they were sent to the discipline box, they were being punished.
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http://www.thedailysheeple.com/discipline-box-florida-school-put-special-needs-preschoolers-in-drywall-jail-lawsuit_042017

Take a look at that box. That is just insane. And now they don't even know if the teachers who were named in the suit still work for the school district. Even if they don't they can still be sued. 

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