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In todays society children are becoming more and more disrespectful Most parents do their best to make their child understand what is acceptable behavior and what is not When a parent spanks a child he or she should then realize they have made a mistake and know not to do it again but usually they mess up once more Schools should have some sort of input toward disciplining a student After all if a parent can not control a child why send them off in public especially to school knowing they will be disrespectful and offensive to others Spanking a child can have positive and negative influences For example if teachers state to the child why they whipped him or her the teachers might accomplish disciplining the child Teachers need to let the child know they will not tolerate that form of behavior If the teachers do not express why they are spanking the child it will most likely project a negative influence compelling the child to do it again therefore you will be back where you started with a very disobedient child I believe spanking should be done as a last resort after the teacher has tried detention or time-out after the teacher has explained to the student why heshe is getting spanked and after the teacher has met with the parents to find a better solution before spanking Spanking is a very stern punishment The teacher should try to talk with the student to resolve the issue or punish the student in less severe ways before actually paddling the student in front of other classmates If the student were at a younger age calming the student down and talking with them would probably be more helpful rather than spanking the child when they know no better Spanking will only cause fear and anxiety in children who do not yet understand such concepts as actions and consequences Teachers should explain
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