Tre Goins-Phillips reports at The Blaze:
Officials in a South Texas school district have approved an old-school method of discipline for misbehaving students: Paddling.
The Three Rivers Independent School District administrators approved the paddling policy Tuesday, which allows either the principal or the campus' behavior coordinator to administer corporal punishment for misbehaving students, the Corpus Christi Caller-Times reported.
Corporal punishment is defined as "deliberate infliction of physical pain by hitting, paddling, spanking, slapping or any other physical force used as a means of discipline," according to the Texas Classroom Teachers Association.
The district voted 6-0 in favor of paddling, with one trustee absent. Three Rivers students, whose parents have provided written or verbal consent, will receive one paddling for his or her infraction after misbehaving in the classroom.
Next question: When will parents in Minnesota rise up to paddle the extremist Minnesota public schools, which has adopted a regressive "transgender" toolkit for kindergartners?
"Educators" so confused as to think that allowing boys into the girls' bathrooms promotes "safety" deserve a big schwack to their foolish posteriors.
If that doesn't work, try a 2-by-4 between the eyes, to get their attention. I hear that works for mules.
Then replace these posteriors and head-cases with liberated learners who will bring salt and light, accountability and wisdom, to the high honor fo serving parents by helping to educate their children.