Spanking pupils just makes their behaviour worse: study
Pupils show no fear even after a beating, according to a new study of KZN schools where hidings are still the norm
Despite being outlawed, pipes, board dusters, books, belts, planks and broomsticks are still being used by teachers to instill discipline in schools.
Dr Londeka Ngubane, who graduated last week with a PhD in criminology and forensic studies at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, unpacked children’s perceptions of corporal punishment in her research.
Corporal punishment was outlawed in SA schools in 1996, although it is still being employed by some teachers...