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    Re: Arkansas school paddling
    Posted by Mark Frasio on 12/06/08
    (17) Comments

    On 11/13/08, TOM wrote:
    > Mr.Morton Will you Paddle me? I prefer a female principal if
    > one is in your school if not you will do. Mr.Morton hope you
    > say yes. By the way WHY Were They Paddle? no doubt for a very
    > dumb reason
    > Mr.Morton it's not legal under title 9 of federal law you are
    > a crimmnal.
    >
    > On 11/13/08, John Morton wrote:
    >> On 10/18/08, Seattle Dad wrote:
    >>> I was appalled and shocked at the Tru Tv show and the poor
    >>> kids, Shorty, getting hit/assaulted with a piece of wood.
    >>> Cover it up anyway you want, when you pick up a board and
    >>> you intentionally hit a student, it is assault. What if
    >>> you, as teachers, had that done to you by a student? If
    >>> they shove you, even in self defense, they are arrested
    >>> for assault, correct? So WHY WHY WHY do you in Arkansa
    >>> allow legalized assault against students? It teaches
    >>> NOTHING. It causes pain and puts fear, NOT RESPECT, in
    >>> students. It has NO place in an education setting. I've
    >>> counseled literally hundreds of kids, students, teens over
    >>> the years, many who suffered from being hit. Even the
    >>> best intentioned teachers/principals can and too often DO
    >>> damage a students mental and emotional state, not just the
    >>> bruising, broken bones, bleeding, etc that happens
    >>> physically. Sorry, but the VAST MAJORITY of teachers and
    >>> schools in other states have long since banned this
    >>> archaic and damaging form of abuse. Get rid of it
    >>> Arkansas educators, you, along with the states of Alabama,
    >>> Mississippi, Georgia, and Texas, just to name the top
    >>> paddling states that still allow it..you are an
    >>> embarrassment to education! Signed a loving dad and
    >>> educator who has NEVER hit children
    >> It is obvious you don't understand corporal punishment. It is
    >> suppose to hurt it is legal therefore , not assault. I
    >> paddled three students today and all three thank me for
    >> caring enough to paddle each one of the

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    Posts on this thread, including this one

  • Arkansas school paddling, 10/18/08, by Seattle Dad.
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 11/13/08, by John Morton.
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 11/13/08, by TOM.
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 11/17/08, by sarah.
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 12/06/08, by Mark Frasio.
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 3/15/10, by Jeffery K..
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 3/24/10, by aaron U..
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 9/17/10, by Tony.
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 10/12/10, by linda.
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 12/03/10, by Jana T..
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 12/23/10, by Allie R..
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 4/05/11, by Jeffery K..
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 4/07/11, by Kerry O..
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 4/27/12, by Kerry O..
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 4/29/12, by Scott.
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 6/23/12, by This is a national disgrace!.
  • Re: Arkansas school paddling, 6/23/12, by 18andsafenow.