Why Are Missouri Boarding Schools Allowed To Rely on Restraint Methods?

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Missouri boarding schools use restraint methods for discipline. Now, a southwest Missouri prosecutor said Tuesday he has charged “five employees of a private Christian boarding school with abusing students — far fewer than the number of charges recommended by state investigators,” The Kansas City Star reported.

The five employees of the Agape Boarding School, operated by Agape Baptist Church, were charged with 13 third-degree felony assault counts, Cedar County Prosecuting Attorney Ty Gaither, the AP also reported. Please pray for the victims.

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