N.C. bill would let parents block corporal punishment for students with disabilities

05/25/2010 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

North Carolina's House Education Committee advanced a proposal that would allow parents of children with disabilities to prevent schools from using corporal punishment to discipline their children. The measure falls short of a ban on the practice, although about 90 of the state's 115 school districts have banned or have discontinued corporal punishment.

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