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The State Board of Education unanimously approved changes to Michigan's policy on restraint and seclusion in schools at its March 14 meeting. The new policy implements the language in recently-enacted Michigan law that places significant limits on the use of these dangerous practices. "We are pleased with the Board's action," said Mark McWilliams, MPAS Director of Public Policy and Media Relations. "The new policy is another step in making the protections in state law - protections that have been endorsed by parents, advocates, and educators - a reality in Michigan schools."

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Elmer L. Cerano, MPAS Executive Director, Speaks to Karen Carter From CW50 on Two Big Issues Facing the Disability Community

Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. Executive Director, Elmer L. Cerano, appeared on CW50 Detroit's Saturday morning talk show "Street Beat" with host Karen Carter on Jan. 10, 2015...

ABLE Act Passes Overwhelmingly with Bipartisan Support

Long-awaited victory for people with disabilities and their families The Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act of 2014 passed the U.S. Senate Tuesday , Dec. 16, by a vote of 76-16. The...

Gov. Snyder Issues Executive Directive Focusing on Employment for People with Disabilities

Following MPAS Report, Governor; Lt. Gov, take needed action in Michigan           Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) today participated in a telephone media roundtable hosted by...

MPAS, Peckham Host 4th Candidate Forum

Candidates running for elected statewide office, and in Ingham and Clinton County, provided information and answered questions at the Peckham facility on Capital City Boulevard in Lansing on October...

Two MPAS Board Members Serve Out Their Terms

In compliance with Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. Board of Directors term limits, Ms. Donna DePalma and Mr. Ron Bush officially concluded their terms on the MPAS Board of Directors...

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