Paula Flowe Takes Aim at NC
A letter to NC Education Policy Makers
By Peggy Dean, RN, Member of Board of Directors, PTAVEApril 2008
Ban Corporal Punishment North Carolina, An open letter to members of the North Carolina Legislature sponsored by PTAVE; an ongoing project; signatories are invited
Corporal Punishment in North Carolina Schools: Three Perspectives
Peggy Dean's letter to education policy makers in North Carolina, January 31, 2008
Rep. Cary Allred's letter to Peggy Dean, February 1, 2008
A page from nine-year-old Allie Majni's daily journal, January 11, 2008
Read them here.
NC Rep. Ronnie SuttonSUTTON: "...I would have served time in prison had I not had the discipline...whipped me like a rented mule..."
Proposed Paddling Ban Defeated, May 24 2007
A letter to Dr. William C. Harrison, Superintendent, Cumberland County Schools, from Peggy Dean, March 30, 2006
District flouts the law -- Letter to Michael Parker, District Attorney
By Peggy Dean, February 18, 2005
Corporal punishment is on its way out, Peggy Dean's letter to the editor
The Enquirer-Journal, January 29, 2005
Union County, North Carolina, Index of fourteen articles & letters relating to pain-based management/abuse of students in NC schools
Watch this page. More coming!
SUTTON: "...I would have served time in prison had I not had the discipline...whipped me like a rented mule..."