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Warren substitute teacher convicted of lesser charge in spanking case

6/26/2014 Congresswoman McCarthy reintroduced (3rd time in congress) the Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act of 2014 today to withhold federal funding from educational institutions that allow corporal punishment of students.

America's Public Schools use sexual violence to hit, spank or paddle over 200,000 children k-12 each year with approx. 20,000 seeking emergency medical treatment, known as corporal pain punishment, with No Way to prevent cell phone recording and sharing of school paddlings of children, legal and protected by 1977 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in 19 states today, even against written parental prohibition, prohibited in schools in 31 states and prohibited by federal law in ALL U.S. prisons.

Watch 3 minute YouTube video trailer "The Board of Education" Documentary Movie by Jared Abrams about Corporal Punishment of Children in America's Public Schools.

See 2008 Report "A Violent Education" by Human Rights Watch and ACLU for disturbing facts including photos of actual shaved baseball bats used by educators to hit children in America's public schools.

June 28, 2014 at 9:34 p.m. suggest removal

McDonald man banned from subbing after spanking incident

Disturbingly, Schools in 19 states legally paddle/spank/inflict corporal pain punishment on students k-12 today. See the brutally violent truth about America's public schools inflicting pain to punishment students at YouTube video trailer for Documentary Movie "The Board of Education" by Jared Abrams. Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy D NY will soon reintroduce (for 3rd time) proposed federal bill "The Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act" to withhold federal funding from schools that allow corporal punishment of students. Hitting children teaches them that violence and hitting others is an acceptable means of problem solving and considered assault in public.

March 8, 2014 at 11:43 a.m. suggest removal