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Corporal punishment

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Brent Mansingh Dr. Beckers February 26, 2008 Attendance Assignment Should Corporal Punishment Have a Place in the Schools? Does Mike VI have bad breath? Of course it has a place in the school system! Look at these delinquent children in present time as opposed to children of your time era.(Wait, that’s a joke.) Corporal punishment in my opinion has no place in schools. I believe that physical punishment serves no real purpose except facilitate abuse. If I don’t know these teachers/disciplinarians why on Earth would I let them touch my
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Unformatted text preview: child with their hands/paddle? Physical punishment never gets through to children regardless. I think schools should sternly address situations by taking away privileges of the kids. I know when I were in High School, if you told me I couldn’t go to a football game, I probably would have pouted and complained to my mom. But rest assure, I would never do that again, whatever it may have been. Once again, you’re a fine teacher, well under 25...
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