African study shows corporal punishment does not work

08/3/2011 | Guardian (London), The

While the United Kingdom and Canada have banned corporal punishment in schools, countries such as the US and others in West Africa still continue to use physical means to discipline students. New research conducted in West Africa, however, finds corporal punishment could harm students' executive functioning over time and lead students to have less self-discipline.

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