A few years ago I read a book on performance. The author expressed the view that you get good at what you practice.
What are kids locked up in these rooms practicing?
That is what they will get good at.
If kids are getting this out of control, their needs are not being met in the first place.
And, if they're being "disciplined" in this way, their needs are still not being met.
How does being locked in an isolation room lead to the development of social skills?!
Prominent in the background is funding. If you want more money, you have to demonstrate need. Funny thing - if you accomplish your mission with the funds available, you can't demonstrate need. So, if you want more money, you FAIL in your mission. You screw things up.
What could be plainer?
When you entrust any third party with anything of value - your money, your political power, your personal power, your health, or the treasure that is your child - you invite this.
It's GONNA' happen.
Bombs could not wreak more havoc upon the fabric of society than this.
If funding practices of a bloated central government is anywhere close to the heart of the problem, then a smaller central government is part of the solution.
I can think of only one candidate who strongly and clearly advocates a smaller central government.