Restraints | Behavioral Interventions in Schools


The memo below and the linked amendment were revised to ensure student health and safety by strengthening the authority of the NYSED to ensure that behavioral supports and interventions are used safely, carried out in accordance with research-based practices, and with the highest standards of oversight, monitoring, and data collection. 

Updates to Behavioral Supports and Interventions in Schools (NYSED 1/2024)
The FAQs in this memo are provided as guidance to the updated amendment of Section 19.5 of the Rules of the Board of Regents and changes to NYCRR 100.2, 200.1, 200.7, 200.15, and 200.22.  

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