Florida school board to allow paddling students
OCALA, Fla. (WTKR) – Three years after banning paddling, the Marion County school board in Florida agreed Tuesday to let elementary school principals resume the practice to punish misbehaving students. That’s according to a report from NYDailyNews.com.
The report goes on to say that paddling in Marion County can “only be used in elementary schools, and only if a parent gives a standing written approval once a year. In addition, the principal must receive verbal permission before paddling the child. And a student can be paddled just once a semester.”
Read the complete report from NYDailyNews.com.
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