Thursday, November 26, 2009
If special education students receive corporal punishment disproportionately...
If special education students receive corporal punishment disproportionately, as is widely reported -- even though most all administrations would probably want to go easier on them -- that just proves their misbehavior is related to their developmental difficulties and therefore they should never be beaten at all.
PS. A disproportionate amount of school misbehavior may be linked to -- guess what? -- home grown behavioral impediments.
For a more comprehensive treatment click on: Corporal Punishment in Schools: Economic, Liable, Practical, Ethical, Constitutional?