Probe ordered into claim school restrained student with autism in small plywood room

The Victorian Education Minister has ordered an independent investigation into claims a public primary school held a student with autism in a makeshift plywood room to calm him down.

Emily Dive has lodged a complaint with the Australian Human Rights Commission about the treatment of her son Lachlan Murrell, 8,

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