HB 1467: Public School Education
GENERAL BILL by Gonzalez ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Pafford ; Porth
Public School Education; Prohibits public high school student from leaving school grounds during designated lunch period; requires that district school boards implement prohibition by specified date; requires that manual physical restraint be used on student with disability only in emergency when there is imminent risk of serious injury or death to student or others; requires that school provide medical evaluation after student is manually physically restrained; prohibits school personnel from placing student in seclusion; requires that school personnel be trained & certified in use of manual physical restraint; requires that school district develop policies addressing allowable use of manual physical restraint, personnel authorized to use restraint, training procedures, analysis of data trends, & reduction of use of restraint.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 House - Died in K-20 Innovation Subcommittee
Bill Text: PDF
• Introduced -HJ 145
• Referred to K-20 Innovation Subcommittee; PreK-12 Appropriations Subcommittee; Education Committee -HJ 216
• Died in K-20 Innovation Subcommittee
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