Corporal Punishment Legal in Tennessee, Used in Memphis and Shelby CountyQuicklink submitted by Margaret Bassett Permalink
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|The state of Tennessee allows schools districts and in some cases individual schools to set their own standards for corporal punishment. For decades, Memphis City Schools (MCS) were criticized for allowing spanking to continue in its schools. The MCS school board reviewed the policy several times over many years before deciding in 2004 to stop corporal punishment. However, paddling is still a practice in the Shelby County|
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