School seclusion rooms for children with disabilities would be banned under a bill introduced Tuesday by state Sen. Scott Rupp.
He said he wanted to eliminate the rooms "until the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education can prove they serve a worthwhile purpose."
"If they serve a purpose, then we need to have some type of rules governing their use," said Rupp, R-Wentzville.
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