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Disability rights

ST. LOUIS — The Eighth Circuit ruled that a special education teacher's practice of punishing disabled students for minor infractions, such as hanging up their coat the wrong way, constitutes a Fourth Amendment seizure and the teacher is not entitled to immunity because her conduct substantially departs from accepted professional standards.

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