Abuse allegations have been levied against Biloxi school district claiming that special needs students are segregated and mistreated. A nine-year-old autistic child's family has complained that five children in the class were placed in high chair-like supportive seats known as "hardrock chairs" for long hours without adequate restroom breaks.
Abuse allegations have been levied against Biloxi school district claiming that special needs students are segregated and mistreated. A nine-year-old autistic child's family has complained that five children in the class were placed in high chair-like supportive seats known as "hardrock chairs" for long hours without adequate restroom breaks. Tim Isbell Sun Herald
Abuse allegations have been levied against Biloxi school district claiming that special needs students are segregated and mistreated. A nine-year-old autistic child's family has complained that five children in the class were placed in high chair-like supportive seats known as "hardrock chairs" for long hours without adequate restroom breaks. Tim Isbell Sun Herald

Mississippi investigating mistreatment allegation in Biloxi schools

January 16, 2016 08:01 PM

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