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S.3895 Keeping All Students Safe Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 29, 2010 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

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    • Top 10 U.S. disability events in 2010 - January 03, 2011 by Media dis&dat - However, it was revised in the Senate (becoming S.3895, Keeping All Students Safe Act) and by November had lost all momentum. Part of the stall was due to a split among disability advocates due to a provision in the new version that ...

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      As noted by Media dis&dat on January 03, 2011, "However, it was revised in the Senate (becoming S.3895, Keeping All Students Safe Act) and by November had lost all momentum. Part of the stall was due to a split among disability advocates due to a provision in the new version that ..." (http://media-dis-n-dat.blogspot.com/2011/01/top-10-us-disability-events-in-2010.html)
    • Day In Washington - Top 10 Disability Events of 2010 - January 02, 2011 by Day In Washington - However, it was revised in the Senate (becoming S.3895, Keeping All Students Safe Act) and by November had lost all momentum. Part of the stall was due to a split among disability advocates due to a provision in the new version that ...

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      As noted by Day In Washington on January 02, 2011, "However, it was revised in the Senate (becoming S.3895, Keeping All Students Safe Act) and by November had lost all momentum. Part of the stall was due to a split among disability advocates due to a provision in the new version that ..." (http://dayinwashington.livejournal.com/23723.html)
    • Signal Boost: United States: Get Restraint and Seclusion Out of ... - December 19, 2010 by FWD/Forward - “COPAA cannot support the current legislation because S.3895 permits restraint and locked seclusion as planned interventions in students' education plans, including behavior plans and individualized education programs,” wrote the ...

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      As noted by FWD/Forward on December 19, 2010, "“COPAA cannot support the current legislation because S.3895 permits restraint and locked seclusion as planned interventions in students' education plans, including behavior plans and individualized education programs,” wrote the ..." (http://disabledfeminists.com/2010/12/20/signal-boost-united-states-get-restraint-and-seclusion-out-of-schools/)

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    • Restraint and Seclusion bill stalled - November 17, 2010 by Left Brain/Right Brain - ...disability organizations met with staff of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) committee and learned that S.3895, The Keeping All Kids Safe Act, will not move forward in this session of Congress. It is possible that new legislation c

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      As noted by Left Brain/Right Brain on November 17, 2010, "...disability organizations met with staff of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) committee and learned that S.3895, The Keeping All Kids Safe Act, will not move forward in this session of Congress. It is possible that new legislation c" (http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LeftBrain/rightBrain/~3/nc_yHBb7z30/)
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