In Australia, photos have surfaced of a cage used to lock up a 10-year-old boy with autism. The structure was built in March and removed 14-days later after the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Education Directorate found out about the cage. Apparently, the cage was made for one specific student and approved by the school’s principle.
ACT Education Directorate Director-General Diane Joseph explained, “The structure was basically a fenced-in structure inside a classroom. The structure was built for one particular student. The decision to erect such a structure raises so many questions. I have asked for the investigation to be treated with the upmost urgency.”
Written by SARAH ZAGORSKI- Life News
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