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Our Mission:

To create national awareness of:
  • sanctioned school beatings in 19 US states and territories.
  • the use of harmful seclusions and restraints and other forms of  “school corporal punishment” occurring throughout the US and territories.

  • To disseminate information on the harm “school corporal punishment” produces in children and society.


    To call on President Barack Obama to place an immediate moratorium or ban on all “school corporal punishment” throughout the US and its territories in public, private and charter schools by exercising his authority as Chief Executive Law Enforcer.  (US “school corporal punishment”was termed “legalized child abuse” by CA Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey, May 2009.)

    [Violations of the 14th, 13th, 8th and 4th amendments and the Supreme Clause (article vi, par. 2) of the US Constitution occur when an American school child, a US citizen, is subjected to “school corporal punishment” (pain-based behavior management).  Parents and animal owners are subject to being prosecuted for meting out like forms of punishment to their children or pets.]

    To empower parents and educators to use proven positive discipline models that are mutually respectful, producing independent thinkers, problem-solvers and leaders.

    [In US schools where the safety and well-being of children is important, teachers are trained to use 21st century models of discipline that are respectful, kind and effective. American school teachers who lack training in proven positive discipline methodologies are being "left behind," thus the children in their care are left behind too.]


    "Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act,"
    HR 3027 Campaign, 2012





    Uncle Tom Horne's Cabin (the CPS regime)






    Ban USA School Bullying from the Top down:





    Education: Abolish Common Core Curriculum
    (causes mental distress in schoolchildren, dullens developing brain...)


    commoncore.azproject.org




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    Carolyn Mc Carthy

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    Widespread U S School Abuse and Fatalities


    Read the 2009 GAO/ACLU Reports

    The U S Govt can end all legalized assault and battery in American schools today but chooses to delay. Why? Because primary targets are Black Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, children with autism and other special needs, and low income families. The same groups that have always received the poorest representation in America. A paddled behind gets left behind. They know this. Why do they allow legalized assault and battery to take place with these populations?

    Read the U.C. Davis Law Review April, 2009
    Title: STATE ACTORS BEATING CHILDREN: A CALL FOR JUDICIAL RELIEF
    Prepared by: Professor of Law, Deana Pollard Sacks





     







    Paddling and Lynching in the United States
       

    Top ten paddling states

    1. Mississippi
    2. Arkansas
    3. Alabama
    4. Tennessee
    5. Oklahoma
    6. Louisiana
    7. Texas
    8. Georgia
    9. Missouri
    10. New Mexico

    SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, 2000 Elementary and Secondary School Civil Rights Compliance Report.

       

    Top ten lynching states

    1. Mississippi
    2. Georgia
    3. Texas
    4. Louisiana
    5. Alabama
    6. Florida
    7. Arkansas
    8. Tennessee
    9. South Carolina
    10. Kentucky

    SOURCE: The Charles Chesnutt Digital Archive

    Click here to view the US Map and Statistics of Paddling vs. Nonpaddling States.





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    Does it make you feel better knowing that it happened in the principal's office rather than in a motel room?

         

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