RAAF School Penang: Discipline [HISTORY]
Arguably I should list this school under Australia: it was for the offspring of personnel of an Australian air force base in Malaysia. Four punishment book pages from 1979 to 1981 are reproduced, in which the culprits are aged up to 16 and the canings described as "cuts". There is also a 1981 letter from the Assistant Principal authorising two other members of staff to use corporal punishment, and a poem from the 1960s ("... the thwacking and the cracking of the long canes whacking ..."). The school closed in 1988.
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Note: It is important to realize that although the following studies appear to
demonstrate a strong correlation between spanking in childhood and problems in
adulthood, no cause-and-effect relationship has been conclusively proven.
Results of studies reported upon during: 1985 & 1986
1987 to 1995 , including one remarkable comparison and a longitudinal study of major importance
1996 & 1997 , including another study of major importance
Correlations between childhood spanking & adult sexual behavior
Print a form to ask that your child be exempted from corporal punishment at school
Spanking /child abuse in Canada: Background
Events: 1980 to 1999
Events: 2000 to 2006
Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, 2004
Events: 2007 to 2012
Events: 2013 to now