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Tying up unruly pupils

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14 Mar 2002
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My wife wondered why Mainichi puts up such news stories, as they seemed to be fairly common when she had been to school. She told me that at her primary school so-called unruly pupils were routinely tied to their chairs, locked in dark rooms, gagged with Scotch tape, beaten and kicked. Her female teacher considered most of her class "unruly".

Teacher ties up unruly pupils

=> http://mdn.mainichi.co.jp/news/20021201p2a00m0fp002000c.html

Violent reactions to such 'educational measures' appear to be natural.

Enraged schoolboy bashes teacher

=> http://mdn.mainichi.co.jp/news/20021201p2a00m0fp013000c.html


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