The Need for Restraints in Public Schools? Keeping Students Safe in the Age of Inclusion
"The Need for Restraints in Public Schools? Keeping Students Safe in the Age of Inclusion,"
University of Dayton Law Review: Vol. 40:
2, Article 2.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/udlr/vol40/iss2/2
Deanna Arivett is Executive Publication Editor 2014-2015, Staff Writer 2013-2014, University of Dayton Law Review.
J.D., University of Dayton School of Law, 2015; Ed.S., Middle Tennessee State University, 2006; M.A., Middle Tennessee State University, 2005; B.A., Harding University, 2002.
The challenges that I faced as a school psychologist, prior to law school, provided me with the personal experience and passion to write about this issue, an issue I believe needs to be discussed to protect the physical and mental health of children with behavioral needs, as well as supporting those educators who work tirelessly to educate and protect today’s youth in the challenging educational system of the twenty-first century.