corporal punishment

Dwayne Stamper said spanking made him and his kids behave, but research disagrees.
A seven-year-old boy reportedly has a concussion after a teacher dragged him off a school bus. The boy’s Memphis school didn’t believe his story, but his classmate recorded the incident.
In the 2013-2014 school year, more than 100,000 students were subjected to some form of corporal punishment.
In some school districts, black students are over five times more likely to get physically disciplined.
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The marks of a schoolboy beating heal, but the mental scars never really go away. But many years on, you don't expect to wake up in the freest and most enlightened country in the world to discover that corporal punishment at school is alive and kicking.
Black school kids in America are beaten and suspended disproportionately.
Every child has the same human rights as adults. These include the right to life, food, health, education, development, a clean environment and the right to be heard.
Laws in place despite evidence public humiliation is ineffective.
During the spring of 1994, Americans were gripped by an incident in Singapore which unexpectedly became a cause celebre: the caning of Michael Fay, who was sentenced for his role in vandalizing property in Singapore.
I have been working in the field of gender-based violence for over 20 years and know that fathers have the potential for lifelong and positive impact on their children. Fathers who are caring, engaging, loving and respectful towards their children can equip them with a resilience essential for navigating life's challenges.
A Maryland county school system has removed a substitute teacher who was filmed hitting middle-schoolers with a belt last
We need to consider the prism of external and internal forces that contextualize how protestors of color are presented in the media, the positioning of what type of violence is deemed okay in America and how that feeds into the persistence of what is the right way and wrong way to be violent.
Pew surveyed 1,500 adults between March 25 and 29 via live interviews on landlines and cell phones. The issue has also become