Update 7:30 p.m.
Editor's Note: Due to breaking news story on the scandal involving generals Petraeus and Allen, the seclusion and restraint story has been postponed. As soon as Middletown Patch learns of the rescheduled dates/times, we will update our readers.
ABC’s “Good Morning America,” “World News” and “Nightline” will feature a segment about isolation (or "scream") rooms used by some schools to deal with unruly children Tuesday, according to an article in the Middletown Press.
Jane Majewski of Middletown was interviewed by the Good Morning America producer Angela Hill in mid-October, about her own experience with her autistic son in Middletown Public Schools. That segment was cut from the program, Majewski says, but some of her interview may be part of the final program.
Read more here.
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“Good Morning America” starts at 7 a.m., “World News” starts at 6:30 p.m. and “Nightline” begins at 11:35 p.m.