Body cameras for cops but classrooms too?

(Texas) With national attention increasingly focused on use of force by authority figures, surveillance cameras may become a new fixture in Texas’ special education classrooms, ensuring, ideally, that educators are not engaging in punitive or harmful uses of restraint or seclusion.

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History curriculum update delayed by interest groups

(Calif.) If history is a trick played on the dead by the living then the California Department of Education and the little-known Instructional Quality Commission have been put in the difficult position of deciding who is going to play – at least as far as public schools are concerned.

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