Michigan schools would not be allowed to use certain forms of discipline under a measure introduced in Lansing.
The Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service says its investigation found more than 32 hundred incidents of restraint and seclusion in the state's public schools in the 2007-2008 school year.
It also says two Michigan schoolchildren died after being restrained in 2003.
State Representative Deb Kennedy says schools must change those practices.
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