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Topic - Cynthia Labella
A survey of school nurses suggests most Illinois schools don't have protocols for when to allow students who've suffered concussions back into the classroom.
LaBella says it's time to educate schools that students with concussions also need cognitive rest for recovery.
She says Illinois law requires student athletes to be cleared by a health professional before returning to sports.