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N.Y. debates Mass. school's shock use

Regents don't vote on punishment

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / May 23, 2006

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ALBANY, N.Y. -- New York education regulators yesterday debated but did not vote on tight limits on corporal punishment of students, rules that would have significant impact on a Massachusetts school that uses mild electric shocks to discipline students with autism, mental retardation, or emotional problems. (Full article: 438 words)

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