Corporal Punishment in Southern Schools: Good News, Bad News, and News Thatís Pretty Ugly
by Jessie Broussard, Twyla Williams-Damond, Mary Broussard, Richard Fossey & Robert Slater ó August 16, 2013
Students who attend school in the rural communities and small towns of five Southern states suffer the lionís share of all corporal punishment that takes place in the nationís public schools; and it is in these small towns and rural communities where corporal punishment must be vigorously attacked.
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