Is covering a story about "scream rooms" (aka- safe rooms) in an elementary school in CT. He has several guests on, all representing points of view, including: 1) Why are kids with these needs in mainstream schools because this is disruptive to other kids (school district's side represented by a local reporter) 2) A parent who wants to know why the school district isn't accommodating her Special Education student better than that 3) A parent saying these aren't spec needs kids, they are bad kids, so why aren't they being expelled 4) A psychiatric who says if these are spec needs kids this isn't the way to discipline them and isn't teaching them anything constructive; on the other hand, if they aren't spec needs kids, it's no better than a parent locking a kid up in a closet when he/she misbehaves The school district is now planning to create two new rooms upstairs, away from the regular classroom so it won't disrupt the other students so much. Several things come to my mind- of course, I tend to agree with the psychiatric on this one. But first- I can't believe the general public has no clue that 'safe rooms' are used in many public school systems these days so this is not a rarity. Secondly- all those people saying these kids should go to a 'special school' instead of mainstream- WTH do they think they are doing in alternative or behavioral schools that teach these kids any better? OMG- most of them are worse! But most of all- TG this stuff is FINALLY getting out to the general public- I just can't believe it has taken so long to get stuff pertaining to our difficult child's out in the media and force the public who just want it all to go away to think deeper about this stuff. Many on this show are claiming the problem is that the school district is forced to mainstream some kids that they didn't used to have to. Oh geez...now we have people against an IEP??