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With the state of public schools the way they are in the United States, do you feel that corporal


punishment should be reinstituted in our public schools to discipline bad, incorrigible students? Why? Why not?

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Tessa Schlesinger (TessSchlesinger) says

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    Grace Marguerite Williams (gmwilliams) 11 months ago

    You attend private schools where the students were affluent.They appreciated the value of education & discipline.It isn't that way w/poor students in public schools Short of expulsion, the only remedy for the latter is corporal punishment.


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Ron Bergeron (ronbergeron) says

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    Lolita Monroe (LoliHey) 11 months ago

    Nowadays the parents will come up to the school and cuss the teacher and the administration out. They believe anything their little angel tells them.


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    Lolita Monroe (LoliHey) 11 months ago

    Are you a teacher? Have you ever taught in an inner city classroom?


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Tamara Wilhite (tamarawilhite) says

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Wesman Todd Shaw says

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    Grace Marguerite Williams (gmwilliams) 11 months ago

    Exactly, the use of stringent discipline including corporal punishment will get the more incorrigible students in line. When there was corporal punishment in public schools, children BEHAVED!

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