Update #2 ·

Thank You Thomasville City For Being The 100th District To Ban Corporal Punishment In North Carolina!

Earlier this week, the Thomasville City School Board voted unanimously to ban corporal punishment in the district’s schools. Now it's the 100th local district, of 115, to prohibit corporal punishment. Thank You to the Thomasville City School Board and to all of the advocates that have been working so hard to help! 

Thomasville City becomes the 100th district to ban corporal punishment in North Carolina

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Prisoners in the United States are protected from corporal punishment, but all of our school children are not? In fact, striking another person is also banned in the military and mental hospitals. But it's completely legal in public schools in 19 states. The effects of corporal punishment in schools are alarming. It perpetuates child abuse and teaches children to solve problems through physical…

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I am Claire Lancaster and I am one of many concerned parents and taxpayers living in Marion County, Florida where in April 2013 the School Board voted to reinstate corporal punishment after we had successfully banned paddling 3 years earlier. Our children are our future and we all want what's best for them, so I have been researching corporal punishment.  Is it a good thing?  Will paddling our…

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