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Teachers should be able to beat students...with a stick or a paddle or some kind of .
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Posted 8/6/14

GayAsianBoy wrote:

No.

Adults who can't control/handle kids shouldn't be working with them in the first place.

The same goes for parents; I really hate parents who can't control their kids, or spoil them rotten or treat them like a vase. It's fucking disgusting. They grow up to be arrogant annoying people of society.



A child can grow up to become arrogant even if their parents control them and don't spoil them. Whilst parents are a major influence they are not the sole influence that will change the characteristics of a child, so stop the constant blaming of parents for societies failures as a whole.
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I just want a bunch of children to get beat up by their role models.
Is that so wrong?
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Posted 8/9/14

aGreekSudaneseGerman wrote:

A child can grow up to become arrogant even if their parents control them and don't spoil them. Whilst parents are a major influence they are not the sole influence that will change the characteristics of a child, so stop the constant blaming of parents for societies failures as a whole.
I kinda of agree with this, parents have a lot to do with the results of how a child is brought up but there are other circles that are effecting a child which parents have no influence over nor can they control. I remember my law professor was talking about not letting her son play with toy guns or any other g.i. joe figures because she is very protective when it comes to her children being exposed to violence. One day when her children were playing her son took his sister's barbie , bent the legs in a 90 degrees angle and said "bang bang bang". he literally made a gun out of a barbie doll
Posted 8/15/14 , edited 8/15/14

Sir_jamesalot wrote:

I just want a bunch of children to get beat up by their role models.
Is that so wrong?


What would you do if you get abused as punishment? Yes, it is wrong. How would you like it if you get hit?

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Posted 8/15/14
Corporal punishment cannot balance poor parenting, it only makes the child fear the teacher. Poor parenting is the issue whether it is through neglect, abuse, or over indulgence; schools cannot reasonably counter the problem parent. Being a parent needs to be a privilege not a right, it should be taught in school then licensed.
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Posted 8/15/14

SeraphSephirot wrote:

What would you do if you get abused as punishment? Yes, it is wrong. How would you like it if you get hit?



I would not like to receive any form of punishment.


tenchi22 wrote: Being a parent needs to be a privilege not a right


That is a complaint you need to take up with mother nature.
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Posted 8/15/14

GayAsianBoy wrote:

No.

Adults who can't control/handle kids shouldn't be working with them in the first place.

The same goes for parents; I really hate parents who can't control their kids, or spoil them rotten or treat them like a vase. It's fucking disgusting. They grow up to be arrogant annoying people of society.



Exactly what he said.
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Posted 8/16/14
Nonononononono.
Okay I say this for 3 major reasons:

Some teachers will take it too far. I have had several teachers that can deal emotional damage because they just don't care, it's honestly better that they can't hit us, because if they could I probably wouldn't be able to walk anymore if I got in trouble because they just don't know restraint.

This could bring up painful memories for some kids, say a kid that is already getting abused at home, now has to deal with it at the one place where they used to be safe. Or something in their past could be brought up that could scar them. (Who knows some kids are really messed up because of their past, it's really sad. Good thing you don't see it much anymore)

Okay if this ever actually happened in the next 3 years I would be getting hit all the time, I don't really want that. This would be my exact thoughts on the topic:
"Come on i'm a sophomore in high school, I stopped getting hit ten years ago, why is it happening again?"

Now I can't 100% hate on this because there are some terrible kids out there who probably deserve to get hit once in awhile but then again, who knows what their life is like behind the scenes.
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Posted 8/17/14 , edited 8/17/14
If a student deserves to be hit,then it shouldn't be the teacher's job to do it.It should be the parent's responsibility to decipline the child when needed. And only when needed .Although it may seem tempting to give an annoying child a good smack,you must restrain yourself,because it's not our job to do it;it's the parent's.However,I must point out that I don't approve of a child being hit over everything (i. e., hitting a kid because they accidentally dropped something fragile like glass).I also must point out that hitting doesn't always solve the kid's disciplinary problems.Sometimes you just need to experiment on different forms of discipline to see what does work.So,to answer the question,no.
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Posted 8/21/14
I always thought that was a great idea because when I was a kid I used to go to an elementary school that hits you with a yard stick..I was really behaved.. When I moved to America the disiplinary is whole lot softer to the school I went to
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