Despite history, special needs children still sent to controversial Texas facility

special needsThe Shiloh Treatment Center near Manvel, Texas has a history of deaths and abuse of special needs children placed in its care, but at least seven school districts in the Lone Star state have continued sending students there, according to an investigation by Reveal. At least four children have died while at the facility, while even more were allegedly injured or sexually abused. In July, a federal judge ordered Shiloh to stop injecting immigrant children in its care with powerful psychiatric drugs without their consent. However, attorneys say the practice is still happening. Read more about why Texas children are still being sent to this controversial facility at Reveal.