N.C. education board asks districts to end corporal punishment

02/13/2013 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

The North Carolina Board of Education last week passed a resolution urging school districts to end the use of corporal punishment as a disciplinary measure for students. The resolution is not binding as state law leaves the decision up to school districts on whether to spank students. The practice is currently used in nine out of the state's 115 school districts, according to the child advocacy group Action for Children North Carolina.

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