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These Schools Are Putting Kids In Padded Rooms (7 pics)

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  • 13 May, 2015  |
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A new trend has emerged in schools across the country. Schools are locking kids who have behavior problems in padded seclusion rooms as punishment for acting out. There are no laws that prohibit these type of actions but that may change very soon.

1 These Schools Are Putting Kids In Padded Rooms (7 pics)


2 These Schools Are Putting Kids In Padded Rooms (7 pics)


3 These Schools Are Putting Kids In Padded Rooms (7 pics)


4 These Schools Are Putting Kids In Padded Rooms (7 pics)


5 These Schools Are Putting Kids In Padded Rooms (7 pics)



6 These Schools Are Putting Kids In Padded Rooms (7 pics)


7 These Schools Are Putting Kids In Padded Rooms (7 pics)


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№1 Author: MWarrior (13 May 2015 03:58) Total user comments: 1024


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"A new trend has emerged in schools across the country."

A quick search shows some stories from 2013 where a few school districts were using these for unruly kids, but nothing about any "new trend emerging" in 2015. In fact, the #4 pic was the exact one used in one of those articles. Just more exaggerated propaganda for the anti-"Murica~!" crowd to drool over...
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№2 Author: adzhoe (13 May 2015 04:53) Total user comments: 15017


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This presentation doesn't even specify a country.
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№3 Author: Aindy (13 May 2015 06:40) Total user comments: 2863


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MWarrior,
Well, there was one built this year, but that doesnt signal a trend. Infact upon researching many districts closed theirs around 2013 (as you mentioned). But still, its terrible to have thought of such a place to begin with....
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№4 Author: OldOllie (13 May 2015 09:52) Total user comments: 1541


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It's more effective to paddle their butts, but they won't let you do that anymore. If you want to see what happens to kids who never had their butts paddled, just look at Ferguson or Baltimore. 46
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№5 Author: Tomaz86 (13 May 2015 15:54) Total user comments: 10832


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Then they complain when there are school shootings. 13
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