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Nationally, more than 100,000 students were subjected to the practices.
NATIONAL BAN ON SCHOOL USE OF SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT OF STUDENTS INTRODUCED IN CONGRESSBY JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICA AND JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNENOVEMBER 19, 2020PROPUBLICA
We first started with allowing her to choose which subject she tackled first, then second.
They also note that the documents would be subject to confidentiality restrictions and could be used only in the context of the lawsuits.
Jung would schedule a two-part series of talks on the subject.
Laptops get hot when you subject them to resource-intensive activities.
Because we didn’t want this to be subject to political gamesmanship.
Her writing about mathematics, neuroscience, and other subjects has also appeared in Nautilus and Scientific American.
Because of that increase in interest and traffic, the publisher is launching a new vertical tied to this subject.
Iowans also will soon be subject to stricter coronavirus rules, as the state faces a daily case count that has nearly doubled since the first day of the month.
Court rejects Uber drivers' bid to bar app from pushing political message on employment statusUber and Lyft had previously said they were considering their appeal options, but Tuesday’s vote likely renders moot any court ruling on the subject.

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