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Research Shows Paddling Still Prevalent in Florida Schools

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A recent UF research study found that corporal punishment is still legal in nearly half of Florida’s school districts. The study calls for an end to paddling, calling it “archaic” and “outdated.”

Researchers are urging for more positive ways to deal with disciplinary action.

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  • Steven Meeks

    In related news – a slight change of practices could free up $22 million a year for NYC public schools: http://nydn.us/1sijOyw