“A teacher asked two of my classmates to pin down my arms while she unzipped my pants. It was literally a molestation tactic disguised as punishment.”
“I wish you would try to call the police on me. That’s called being a brat… You better be glad you’re not my daughter,” the Florida principal warned the little girl.
Yuen Ye Ming faces 20 years of jail time and the maximum of 24 strokes of the cane in Singapore, where caning remains to be a form of judicial corporal punishment.
The country’s plan to scrap the law allowing parents to physically discipline their children is causing quite the controversy among adults.
A majority of Americans believe in a parent’s right to spank a child, according to a recent survey, though most would never dream of granting that right to an educator. But in almost half the country, corporal punishment is legal in schools.
The Temple plans to erect billboards in areas that still allow corporal punishment in public schools and notify school boards of children's civil rights.
Unlike in 50 other countries, physically punishing children is legal in France —but people are being advised that it's a bad idea anyway.
The parents hit her with a plastic hockey stick and a skipping rope.
The move is part of the Liberal government’s promise to carry out all 94 of the recommendations offered in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) final report on the devastating legacy of the residential school system.
When a man spends his career acting out physical violence, the toll finds its way home.
Our understanding has always been that teachers are never allowed to lay a hand on any student for any reason, but I know that's not completely true, because one of these incidents is deeply embedded in my family history.