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Re: “Obama administration calls for end to corporal punishment in schools

As we know corporal punishment within the school is usually presented in the form of paddling, or striking the children with a wooden or fiberglass paddle on their buttocks or legs, which can result in abrasions, bruising, severe muscle injury, hematoma, whiplash damage, life threatening hemorrhages, and other medical complications that may require hospitalization. How much is too much? What if you catch a teacher on a bad day? There is a gray area between what some consider is abuse and what is not. Did you know in the state of Indiana they have banned ALL punishment against animals (animals with vertabre)? Also in the state of Indiana, they allow children to receive corporal punishment within the school systems. How is it that animal abuse is illegal, but paddling a child is not?

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Posted by Shaylyn.Clark on 11/24/2016 at 12:08 PM

 

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