Essay corporal punishment should banned schools
Essay corporal punishment should schools banned.
In 1998 the Texas Civil Rights Project accused this school of, among other things, excessive corporal punishment. The authors do not oppose paddling but claimed the school principal used it "with absurd frequency and for strange reasons". Some students reported getting as many as 15 swats in a single day. Over 20 students at once had been seen lining up outside the principal's office awaiting their swats. I thought that was pretty normal for Texas -- and why not? -- but the Civil Rights Project sternly disapproves. NOTE: the report itself seems no longer to be on line, but this page is a form you can use to order it by post at $20.
Short Essay on Corporal Punishment in School
1991 experiment at a Tennessee school with historically high levels of corporal punishment. I can see why Saturday school is better than suspension or expulsion but I do not understand why it should be taken as read that it is also better than paddling, which is a great deal quicker and cheaper.