Corporal punishment… the abhorrence continues By Sir Frank Peters New Nation, Dhaka, May 1, 2012 It has become abundantly clear that it’s not the pupils in Bangladesh schools and madrassas who are in most urgent need of discipline and re–education on disciplinary matters, but many of their ‘teachers’, headmasters, local educational authorities and teachers’ associations.One […]
‘White House Boy’ tells his story By Tony Holt Hernando Today, December 18, 2011 Submitted by Robert Straley Robert Straley, 65, is one of the “White House Boys,” a group of men who said they were terrorized and abused repeatedly by guards at a reform school for troubled teens. He had run away from […]
Twenty states allow corporal punishment with a wooden paddle in school. Is your State one of them? If so, when will you step up to give your children the same legal protection from physical abuse, assault and battery as adults have?