Teacher at elite Cape Town girls' school faces disciplinary action for slapping girl

ambroseg1

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That teacher lost ALL her ground when she rightly laid a hand on that brat. Unfortunately her teaching days are over.
 

Marcell1992

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...well ok then.... \
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The type of household a child grows up in is strongly correlated with the behaviors exhibited throughout development. Children of authoritative parents are usually capable, self-assured, and popular in their social life. These children are more likely to have and incremental view of intelligence, where they associate effort with a positive outcome. Baumrind, a well renowned psychiatric researcher, says that when they reach adolescence, these kids are relatively high in academic performance and low in drug use and delinquent behavior. Authoritarian parents tend to have children that are unhappy and have low self-esteem, and keep to themselves. This is most likely a result of the intense pressure from their parents to be successful, and can often result in the opposite effect, with their children doing poorly in school. The children of permissive parents have the ability to do just about anything they want, so they tend to be impulsive and perform poorly in school. In addition, during their teenage years these children are more likely to experiment heavily with alcohol and drugs. Generally, these children have a disregard for rules, because their childhood was totally lacking in boundaries. Children of rejecting- neglecting parents also tend to perform poorly in school. They also have trouble forming peer relationships based on their fear of abandonment. As adolescents, they are more likely to experience depression, engage in risky sexual behavior, and misuse drugs and alcohol. The negative effects these children experience tend to worsen throughout their lifetime. Ultimately, parenting style has an extreme effect on child development, which lasts well into adolescence and adulthood.

https://my.vanderbilt.edu/developmentalpsychologyblog/2014/04/how-do-you-affect-your-child/
The entire thread has become TLDR. Anyway, If you look at prisons, 2/3 of criminals reoffend. If you remove the desperate and those with no future, I'd say around 60% of criminals get disciplined by prison instead of their parents and upbringing.
 

Marcell1992

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If you can't control your kids you shouldn't breed.
Degenerates should not be allowed to breed, but there is no law or natural selection that prevents them. Also, it's starting to become a crime all over the world to give your child a hiding and before you know it your rights to do anything with your child will also be stripped.
 

supersunbird

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Degenerates should not be allowed to breed, but there is no law or natural selection that prevents them. Also, it's starting to become a crime all over the world to give your child a hiding and before you know it your rights to do anything with your child will also be stripped.
You'll even be forced to get their consent before you conceive the kid... and thus the human species goes extinct.
 
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