A good education is worth investing in—that has always been true. We need to have a quality learning experience so that we can turn that vision into reality.
Education in America still shares roots with its old colonial master. The system of primary, secondary and higher education is familiar.
Democrats tried to change our education system but some school districts are trying to keep our old educational system!
A school district in Texas has brought back corporal punishment. Now students who misbehave in class will be paddled until they get better grades. Although there is little evidence that corporal punishment helps students focus better or improve their test scores, the Three Rivers Independent School board of trustees in south Texas think it will help. They are now shipping paddles to their teachers to be used as corporal punishment when students misbehave. And the teachers really need the device to control their students.
Although many parents are eager to get their kids signed up for the more aggressive in-school disciplinary action, parents are given the opportunity to opt in or opt out. They need to provide both written and verbal assent if they want their children paddled in the classroom. And many parents are signing up.
When parents approve the school’s disciplinary measure, the students “will receive one paddling for his or her infraction when they misbehave at school.”
The school district wants to give parents the opportunity to have their children paddled in class. They’re not forcing them to do it.
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