Corporal punishment reigns in many Southern schools


Corporal punishment is still surprisingly legal in many Southern public schools, Takepart.com reports. The Forrest City, Ark., School Board voted on Monday night to reinstate corporal punishment in its schools. The measure was strongly advocated by School Superintendent Dr. Jerry Woods. Many parents in the rural impoverished community near Memphis support the action, saying that children are out of control and need spankings either by paddles or rulers. Parents can
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