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Josh Urban Josh Urban : Final practice before the rehearsal...I'll be driving over to Matula elementary school this afternoon to jam with them as they get ready for their spring concert. I'm their guitar player, and I'm delighted! I also hope I don't hit a wrong note. I think punishment at the 5th grade level is medieval.
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The Connection - White House, TN The Connection - White House, TN :         "I don't think we should allow teachers to use [sitting out of recess] as a punishment for not getting work done. We need to come up with something else as punishment because wellness is important, as well as school work."
#recess #wellness #education
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All The News - India All The News - India : Delhi govt asked to pay Rs 25K to corporal punishment victim     Times of India

Delhi govt asked to pay Rs 25K to corporal punishment victimZee NewsNew Delh: National Human Rights Commission on Tuesday directed Delhi government to pay Rs 25,000 as monetary relief to a boy who was beaten up by the Principal of his school. The directions were issued setting aside the contention of the Delhi ...Pay 25k compensation to student for 'unreasonable corporal punishment': NHRC ...

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Nwafor Christian Nnachebenwa Nwafor Christian Nnachebenwa :
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Kashmir Guardian Kashmir Guardian : ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — At least 17 prisoners were executed in Pakistan on Tuesday in an apparent effort to show visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping that the country is serious about improving public safety.

The prisoners were hanged in jails across Pakistan as Xi was in Islamabad to announce a $46 billion aid and development package for the energy starved and cash-poor country.

In December, Pakistan lifted a six-year moratorium on capital punishment after the Pakistan Taliban slaughtered about 150 teachers and students at an army-run school in Peshawar. But while terrorism threat was initially cited as the reason for lifting the moratorium, Pakistan is now executing prisoners for a host of violent crimes.

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Indian News Desk Indian News Desk : Delhi govt asked to pay Rs 25k to corporal punishment victim

NEW DELHI: National Human Rights Commission on Tuesday directed Delhi government to pay Rs 25,000 as monetary relief to a boy who was beaten up by the Principal of his school.

The directions were issued setting aside the contention of the Delhi government.

According to an NHRC statement, Delhi government was of the view that since action had been taken against the Principal of the Government school for beating the boy with a stick and criminal action was also taken by police, the award of monetary relief would not be appropriate, especially when the injuries did not seem to be grave.

The Commission however observed that it is an established fact that the victim was subjected to unreasonable corporal punishment and thereby his human rights were violated. Therefore, it directed the Chief Secretary, Government of NCT of Delhi, to pay the amount of monetary relief as recommended by it and submit a compliance report within six weeks, the statement said.

The Commission took cognizance of the incident on the basis of a complaint filed by a human rights activist alleging that on November 23, 2013, Aman, student of class 7 of a Government school in Timarpur, was beaten with a stick by the Principal as a result of which bones of his both wrists were broken.

However, after the enquiry, it was found that though the boy was beaten up, he had no fractures. The accused was arrested on the same day of the incident and a charge sheet was prepared on February 4, 2014, and filed before the court on February 12, 2014.

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All The News - India All The News - India : Pay 25k compensation to student for ‘unreasonable corporal punishment': NHRC to Delhi govt     Pay 25k compensation to student for 'unreasonable corporal punishment': NHRC ...The Indian ExpressThe National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Tuesday recommended that the Delhi government pay compensation of Rs 25,000 to a class seven student subjected to “unreasonable corporal punishment” in a government school in 2013. The incident ...

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Mohammad Ali Syed Mohammad Ali Syed :
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Ahsas Human Development Foundation NGO Khanewal Punjab Pakistan Ahsas Human Development Foundation NGO Khanewal Punjab Pakistan : Our Research on Education.......

PAKISTAN'S EDUCATION CRISIS
Pakistan today faces an education crisis of unprecedented proportions.
There are 25 million boys and girls out of school—that’s nearly half of all children in the country.
Of those children who do go to school, the vast majority receive an education of poor quality.
48% of government schools are in a dangerous or dilapidated condition and lack basic facilities such as furniture, bathrooms, boundary walls, electricity and running water.
On any given day, 18% of teachers are absent from the classroom.
Corporal punishment is widespread and remains unchecked.
Budget allocations for education are insufficient and funds that are available are not spent effectively.
Under the Constitution of Pakistan, Article 25-A, it is the responsibility of the state to provide free and compulsory education to every child between the ages of 5 and 16.
Researched by:
President:
Akhtar Rasool
Ahsas Human Development Foundation NGO Khanewal Punjab Pakistan

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Healing For Grieving Hearts Healing For Grieving Hearts : Elizabeth Gilbert         If you have ever felt ashamed of your feelings around your grief this 'very long' :-) FB post by Elizabeth Gilbert might help you to understand why.

(I have not read the book she mentions in her post.)

#healing #grief #griefsupport

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Philemon Thimawus Philemon Thimawus :
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