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Bravo young people, tomorrow's leaders, for speaking the Truth!  You have persevered and found your voice, you will be heard.

Children's Constitutional and Civil Rights are NOT a "states' rights issue" and the U.S. Supreme Court and Congress MUST stop their gross negligence, indifference and failure to protect our children from being beaten, assaulted, degraded and pushed out of school by educators, school teachers, coaches and administrators, mandatory child abuse reporters by law, hitting them with big wooden boards, known as corporal or physical pain punishment, assault in public and sexual assault when done to a non-consenting adult, despite physical injuries and medical research that corporal punishment is harmful to the healthy development of children, an impairment to the learning environment and causes serious mental issues in children.  Our children must have legal protection against assault by state actors in America's taxpayer funded public schools.  Congress doesn't leave the decision of whether or not to allow slavery up to local governments and cannot abdicate responsibility for our nation's children's health, safety and rights in school up to local school board members.

U.S. House Education Committee Chairman John Kline R-M.N. has killed proposed federal bill "The Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act" twice and must not be allowed to kill the current bill H.R. 5005, as he believes corporal punishment of children in America's taxpayer funded public schools is a "states' rights issue".

Please call your representative in Congress (as well as members of U.S. Education Committee and the remaining members of Congress nationwide, as when 122 cosponsors reached, Chairman cannot keep from full vote of Congress) and U.S. Education Committee Chairman John Kline R-MN at (202) 225-4527 to tell him you believe the following bills deserve to go to a vote of Congress to protect our nation's children's constitutional and civil rights in schools, not a "states' rights issue". Congress must cosponsor and support enactment of federal bills H.R. 5005 "The Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act of 2014" to withhold federal funding from educational institutions that allow corporal pain punishment of students and H.R. 1892 and S. 2036 "Keep All Students Safe Act" to restrict use of restraint and seclusion and improve mental health and reduce violence in our nation's schools and protect children from harm.

See 3 minute YouTube video trailerhttps://The Board of Education Official Trailer #1 (2012) HD Movie  for Documentary Movie "The Board of Education" by Jared Abrams fast approaching One Million views, which features educators, parents, students, lawmakers, and representatives of the ACLU and Human Rights Watch who published a Report in 2008 "A Violent Education" full of disturbing facts including photos of actual shaved baseball bats used by educators to hit children k-12 in America's public schools.
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7/10/2014  Tennessee, Paddling abuse case against former Sunbright principal dismissed after public apology http://www.wate.com/story/25987908/paddling-abuse-case-against-former-sunbright-principal-dismissed-after-public-apology
Ouch! Parents file $1.7 million lawsuit over excessive paddling
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/09/02/ouch-parents-file-1-7-million-lawsuit-over-excessive-paddling/#ixzz378Jet8kz
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Children's Constitutional, Civil Rights NOT a "states' rights issue"   Congress must enact H.R. 5005 "The Ending Corporal Punishment in Schoo ls Act of 2014"
 
https://beta.congress.gov/bill/113th-congress/house-bill/5005
H.R.5005 - To end the use of corporal punishment in schools, and for other purposes.113th Congress (2013-2014)
Bill
Sponsor: Rep. McCarthy, Carolyn [D-NY-4] (Introduced 06/26/2014)
Committees: House - Education and the Workforce
Latest Action: 06/26/2014 Referred to the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.
 
Please call your representative in Congress (as well as members of U.S. Education Committee and the remaining members of Congress nationwide, as when 122 cosponsors reached, Chairman cannot keep from full vote of Congress) and U.S. Education Committee Chairman John Kline R-MN at (202) 225-4527 to tell him you believe the following bills deserve to go to a vote of Congress to protect our nation's children's constitutional and civil rights in schools, NOT a "states' rights issue". Congress must cosponsor and support enactment of federal bills H.R. 5005 "The Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act of 2014" to withhold federal funding from educational institutions that allow corporal pain punishment of students and H.R. 1892 and S. 2036 "Keep All Students Safe Act" to restrict use of restraint and seclusion and improve mental health and reduce violence in our nation's schools and protect children from harm.  https://beta.congress.gov/bill/113th-congress/house-bill/5005
http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/24617-meet-the-groups-fighting-against-limits-on-restra ining-school-kids
 
Will U.S. Education Chairman John Kline Kill Children's Rights Bill H.R. 5005 "The Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act" for 3rd time? AL, FL and TN among "school paddling" states that do not require parental consent or notification for children k-12 to be hit with big wooden spanking paddles by educators to inflict pain punishment for minor infractions in school, often injuring and traumatizing children, yet due to 1977 U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Ingraham v Wright finding school corporal punishment constitutional and "Teacher Immunity Laws" that protect school employees from criminal/civil action, families of injured and traumatized children have no legal redress and find themselves in a "police state" atmosphere where they are unable to protect children from repeated school beatings, even against parental prohibition, with no limits by adults of both sexes, discriminatorily administered to boys, disabled, low-income and minority students. U.S. House Education Committee Chairman John Kline R - MN believes children's safety in schools is a "states' rights issue.
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Mississippi Youth Presentation to Holmes Co. Schools to "Abolish School Corporal Punishment"
Campaign to Abolish Corporal Punishment: Presentation to the Holmes County School Board
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California teachers applying for or renewing their credentials will be required to acknowledge that they understand their responsibility to report suspected child abuse to law enforcement or county welfare officials, and not just school administrators, under a bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday.
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The principal of Carolina Friends School in Durham says the school has received additional reports of abuse from students who say they were inappropriately touched by an administrator in the 1970s.
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Please call your representative in Congress (as well as members of U.S. Education Committee and the remaining members of Congress nationwide, as when 122 cosponsors reached, Chairman cannot keep from full vote of Congress) and U.S. Education Committee Chairman John Kline R-MN at (202) 225-4527 to tell him you believe the following bills deserve to go to a vote of Congress to protect our nation's children's constitutional and civil rights in schools, not a "states' rights issue". Congress must cosponsor and support enactment of federal bills H.R. 5005 "The Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act of 2014" to withhold federal funding from educational institutions that allow corporal pain punishment of students and H.R. 1892 and S. 2036 "Keep All Students Safe Act" to restrict use of restraint and seclusion and improve mental health and reduce violence in our nation's schools and protect children from harm.
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