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    Oct 1, 2014

    10.01.2014 | ABC Eyewitness News | Policy changes are coming to New York City schools after a 5-year-old special-needs student was tied up as part of a punishment for acting out at his Bronx school, and the incident was caught on cell phone video… “In the video, what we see is he’s not a danger to himself or others,” children’s advocate Bernard Dufresne said. “He’s sitting there with his hands behind his back, and there are school safety officers surrounding him.” View article