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Should teachers be allowed to physically punish the students whose parents give their consent to such punishment?

  • It should bee given

    Because they are like our parent and if our parents give punishment to show us batter path then how can our teacher can not give to show us batter path they give us punishment for our mistake so they do not do it again and if they will not punish them they will follow their own rule and it is not allowed at school so the teachers should punish the children

  • It should bee given

    Because they are like our parent and if our parents give punishment to show us batter path then how can our teacher can not give to show us batter path they give us punishment for our mistake so they do not do it again and if they will not punish them they will follow their own rule and it is not allowed at school so the teachers should punish the children

  • YES, they should.

    As a person who works in school, I know situations at school better than those who don't. Which means, I know the school rules and regulations, types of pupils teachers have to face everyday, how teachers usually treat misbehaviours and such. Some say that verbal scoldings and warnings, lowering grades or merits, and other form of 'soft' punishment are favourable. Yes, they are favourable, but not practical. Effective, yes, but needs longer time. Verbal scoldings? If the parents' words don't even reach them, what more the teachers. Physical punishment isn't always include violence. Of course, not all situations need to be dealt with physical punishments, only in those which are deemed appropriate.

  • Yes because some kids only respond to corporal punishment

    While I do agree corporal punishment does not work with every kid, in my experience it is a more effective parenting technique than any other method I have personally seen anyone try to use. Corporal punishment worked in the past and will continue to work as long as it is not abused.

  • Let teachers spank kids.

    Teachers should be allowed to physically punish the students whose parents give their consent to such punishment. This is because physical punishment is the only kind of discipline children respond to sometimes. More teachers should be allowed to do this to keep the peace in the school system and take back rule away from bullies.

  • We cant do this

    We are not allowed to do this because students will hate school so much and hate their teachers. Punishments don't have to be physically, it can be verbally. Or for example timeouts or lower the grade. Punishments physically should be illegal and not done by any teachers in the world.

  • Teachers shouldn't hit students.

    Parents should not hit their children in the first place, so there should definitely be no way for a parent to give permission to a teacher to hit their children. This was done away with in the 60s and 70s and should be kept that way. Really bad idea all around.

  • Teachers Should Not Be Allowed to Physically Punish Students

    No, teachers should not be allowed to physically punish students, even if parents have given their consent to such punishment. Allowing any sort of violence in a school is violating the responsibility of education that the schools have towards students. This teaches students that violence is an acceptable answer to problems, and that is a grave mistake.

  • No They Shouldn't

    I do not believe teachers should be allowed to physically punish the students whose parents give their consent to such punishments. Schools should not use these methods on students because they are widely ineffective and usually unnecessary. I believe there are far better ways to punish students and those methods should be favored.


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