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School Corporal Punishment In Tennessee
#31
Many definitely require that, some private schools simply use the paddle as the main disciplinary regime.
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#32
(09-29-2019, 12:32 AM)Anymouse Wrote: Honestly, I do somewhat incline towards a laxer approach to elementary school, and one of the beauties of the Japanese system of education is how relatively carefree elementary is; they usually avoided corporal punishment in elementary before 6th grade, and even there it was just to get discipline standards up before students entered Junior High. That is certainly no longer accepted even at that age...or just barely accepted. But I think it makes sense to ramp up discipline and move to using physical punishment when students enter Junior High/Middle School, and I think it makes sense to continue that in high school, particularly in American education with its emphasis on universal high school education.

what? i think.......it should be used privately by parents only imo....
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#33
A common approach too.

But in America there are still quite a few elementary schools that paddle. Definitely never a thing over here.
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#34
(09-29-2019, 06:38 PM)Anymouse Wrote: A common approach too.

But in America there are still quite a few elementary schools that paddle. Definitely never a thing over here.

had no idea, but ya know, the south is always behind and MO is a mess. So not THAT surprised. No one looks at the south to lead lol.
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#35
Some advanced places can still support this though, like parts of South Korea; today young scientists in America are being told to learn Korean and move to Korea as we speak. Of course, I have heard things are changing fast there too.
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#36
(09-29-2019, 10:52 PM)Anymouse Wrote: Some advanced places can still support this though, like parts of South Korea; today young scientists in America are being told to learn Korean and move to Korea as we speak. Of course, I have heard things are changing fast there too.


My understanding is that corporal punishment in schools is illegal in Japan but they do it anyway.
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#37
That may be the case in some places, but it seems not the case here. Of course, my area is considered fairly left leaning politically.
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#38
I am really late on this but I think it looks fine. It isn't even that red. It is clear to me this kid isn't really spanked at home if she thinks that is abusive.
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#39
(10-02-2019, 07:31 PM)Dana Wrote: I am really late on this but I think it looks fine. It isn't even that red. It is clear to me this kid isn't really spanked at home if she thinks that is abusive.

It sounds like this picture was taken a while after the spanking or else it probably would have been much redder. There is some mild bruising but nothing that won't go away in a few days.
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#40
Wow... don't give permission if don't want kid spanked. It's that simple.
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