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Violence usually triggers use of school seclusion rooms - but not always


School seclusion rooms — little known to most parents — usually are used as intended, to keep agitated students from harming themselves or others.

Elementary students were put into seclusion rooms for behaviors that included kicking, biting, hitting and throwing chairs, books and computers, according to The Gazette’s review of more than 125 reports covering the first month of the 2015-16 school year in the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City districts.


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