Will Cameras in Special Education Classrooms Protect Students?
[Source: PBS News Hour]
To help prevent students with disabilities from being abused at school, Texas now requires cameras in special education classrooms upon request. But is this the best solution? (April 4, 2017)
JUDY WOODRUFF: Now: a look at whether having cameras in the classroom can protect children with disabilities, who can be targets for bullying and can be subject to abuse by teachers.
But cameras raise their own issues.
Special correspondent Kavitha Cardoza with our partner Education Week traveled to Keller, Texas, to see how a recently-implemented law is playing out, and all this for our weekly series Making the Grade.
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