KIYC: Vulnerable students talk about schools' restraining methods - Part 1

Special needs students across New Jersey are being

Special needs students across New Jersey are being physically restrained, held by the wrists and ankles or pinned down, unable to move. (June 17, 2014 6:51 PM)

Special needs students across New Jersey are being physically restrained, held by the wrists and ankles or pinned down, unable to move. School officials say it's necessary to protect students and staff, but critics call the practice barbaric. Tonight, Kane In Your Corner launches a three-part investigation into what some call the dirty secret of special education.

Brandon Brisebois is a 17-year-old...

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