Andre Mccollins article

Andre Mccollins article

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Cheryl turned to the school’s officials. “Why are you shocking him?” she asked. “He’s tied down. He can’t hurt anyone.”

Robert von Heyn, then the director of psychology, explained that Andre had been shocked for “tensing up” his body, which was considered an unhealthy behavior.

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What are the basic protocols in place protecting these students?

What are the basic protocols in place protecting these students?

The students at this school should have the right to contact an advocate, or have the right to appeal to a judge the decision to administer shocks and for what reasons. EVERY SINGLE BEHAVIOR that is punished by electric shock, should be agreed to in a court of law, on a per behavior bases (not just have the judge sign off ONE OK and have that cover everything.) There needs to be basic protocols in place protecting these students! Why isn’t there!?