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Corporal punishment of children: Does corporal punishment represent a failure of teacher authority?

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  • Corporal punishment undermines authority

    Corporal punishment is unnecessary if teachers have control of the classroom and keep students engaged. No one but a parent has the right to hit a child. When a school administration thinks they need or have the right to hit a child. Corporal punishment undermines teacher authority in the classroom.

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  • Corporal Punishment Is Less Common

    When one considers corporal punishment in the school system, one must realize that the used of corporal punishment has declined drastically over the years. Corporal punishment does not represent a failure of teacher authority, when in use, it often proved the teachers authority. Corporal punishment is not necessary in a school system and I believe we now see thriving schools that are functioning properly without it.


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