Rita DeCastro
Rita DeCastro

Parents should punish their kids as they see fit not the school system. Just my opinion...

Greg Larson
Greg Larson
  • Rita DeCastro

How about trying no violence in the home and definitely not in the school. I agree, too, parents should DISCIPLINE, but not punish. Educate, lead by example, without any violence. It works when consistent, and with love. Children learn by that example.

Andrew Willis
Andrew Willis
  • Rita DeCastro

Children have to learn violence from somebody! (or not)

Rita DeCastro
Rita DeCastro
  • Rita DeCastro

I meant grounding like I got as a child. No playing with friends, etc.

Rita DeCastro
Rita DeCastro
  • Rita DeCastro

Yes, Greg, you're right. What you wrote is what I meant. For example: I was grounded as a child. No playing with friends, etc. for a certain amount of time. I knew what I did wrong so I didn't need much discipline.

Patricia Mcclung
Patricia Mcclung

Spanking a child is wrong. I don't want a child hurt ever.

Julie Ann Worley
Julie Ann Worley

Corporal Punishment Complaint (DISTURBING)
NEWS VIDEO: Arkansas girl's paddling by male school administrator draws blood, leaves bruises/ video includes graphic color photos of severe bruising injuries taken 5 days after paddling

Prosecutors decline to bring charges, school board ignores parents.

http://nwahomepage.com/fulltext/?nxd_id=201297

Julie Ann Worley
Julie Ann Worley

Legendary Football Coach Faces Criminal Charges For Paddling
Posted:Mar 08, 2012 5:46 PM CST

Cumberland County School District, Tennessee is being sued for $500,000 because of a "Paddling" of a student on the "No Paddle List" because the student had a previous head injury and the paddling by the coach/teacher could have killed him. Taxpayers pay for lawsuits against school districts who injure children with excessive force paddling.
Updated:Mar 09, 2012
http://www.newschannel5.com/story/17...

Legendary Football Coach Faces Criminal Charges For Paddling
Posted:Mar 08, 2012 5:46 PM CST

Cumberland County School District, Tennessee is being sued for $500,000 because of a "Paddling" of a student on the "No Paddle List" because the student had a previous head injury and the paddling by the coach/teacher could have killed him. Taxpayers pay for lawsuits against school districts who injure children with excessive force paddling.
Updated:Mar 09, 2012
http://www.newschannel5.com/story/17115830/legendary-football-coach-faces-criminal-charges -for-paddling

Greg Larson
Greg Larson
  • Julie Ann Worley

YES! Maybe if these idiot school officials get hit in the pocketbook it will enlighten parents and administrators to stop the violence in schools.

Julie Ann Worley
Julie Ann Worley

5/9/2013 New Federal Bill Aims to Protect Disabled Kids from abusive school practices

ABC News: New Bill Aims to Protect Kids with Disabilities

http://democrats.edworkforce.house.gov/blog/abc-news-new-bill-aims-protect-disabled-kids

Julie Ann Worley
Julie Ann Worley

5/9/2013 Corporal punishment used on child without parent's consent, more than a dozen children spanked by teacher
Legal and Protected 19 States! Is hitting children with wooden boards a good idea? Acceptable Trauma and Injuries to children from "School Discipline" No Safety Standards, No Legal Remedy, U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear school corporal punishment appeals? Trusted U.S. Children's Health and Education Organizations Opposed to School Corporal Punishment of Children http://ww...

5/9/2013 Corporal punishment used on child without parent's consent, more than a dozen children spanked by teacher
Legal and Protected 19 States! Is hitting children with wooden boards a good idea? Acceptable Trauma and Injuries to children from "School Discipline" No Safety Standards, No Legal Remedy, U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear school corporal punishment appeals? Trusted U.S. Children's Health and Education Organizations Opposed to School Corporal Punishment of Children http://www.ksla.com/story/22211457/corporal-punishment-used-without-parents-consent http://www.stophitting.com/index.php?page=usorgs

Julie Ann Worley
Julie Ann Worley

http://www.aclu.org/blog/human-rights-racial-justice/stop-beating-students-disabilities-sc hools
08/11/2009
Stop Beating Students with Disabilities in Schools

Julie Ann Worley
Julie Ann Worley

Please note that TX Rep. Alma Allen has been working to enact legislation to ban school paddling for 8 years!

Texas needs to abolish corporal punishment in schools as 31 states have already done. Democratic state Rep. Alma Allen of Houston sponsors HB 471, which will put away the paddles for good.

http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Houston-lawmaker-s-bill-would-stop -paddling-in-4327053.php
Houston lawmaker's bill would stop 'paddling' in the classroom

Julie Ann Worley
Julie Ann Worley

2/7/2013 North Carolina State Board of Education Members approve resolution opposing corporal punishment of children in schools. The Board does not have statutory authority to ban the practice, which requires legislation be enacted by the General Assembly. http://www.fayobserver.com/articles/2013/02/07/1235842?sac=fo.local

Julie Ann Worley
Julie Ann Worley

2/10/2013 U.S. Teacher's aide who filmed child porn, video of the defendant spanking a naked child, inside elementary school faces 50 years in prison after guilty plea/Spanking Children Legal in Schools 19 U.S. States in 2013, yet prohibited by Federal law in ALL U.S. Prisons, yet prohibited by Federal law in ALL U.S. Prisons!
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2275912/Teachers-aide-filmed-child-porn-inside-elementary-school-faces-50-years-prison-guilty-plea.html

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