Support Not Seclusion Rooms - action.greens.org.nz

Support Not Seclusion Rooms

Children shouldn't be locked away in solitary confinement seclusion rooms because schools don't have the funding or training to properly support students. Kids with learning needs deserve proper support and funding. Our current schooling system is not providing this. The Government can fund education to ensure our children get the support they need.

We request that there is more funding and training for learning support in schools

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    Deborah Tobin
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  • signed 2016-11-23 17:26:59 +1300
    Teachers are not speech pathologists, they are not occupational therapists, physiotherapists, behavioural analysts, psychologists or registered nurses. They should not be doing the work of any of the above.
  • signed 2016-11-23 16:23:27 +1300
    Our children need trained professionals in their lives provided from Early Intervention through to and including school age. It should not be a fight, it should be actual delivery of “Inclusive Education”
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    This is for my Kiwi granddaughter
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  • signed 2016-11-22 22:57:26 +1300
    As a parent of two kids with mild autism, my experience has been that school simply doesn’t cater for kids like mine, yet they are legally required to be there, cared for by staff who are inadequately trained, at schools not receiving any funding for initiatives to assist them. Kids like them fit equally poorly in mainstream as they would in a special education unit.
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