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College in Flap over Corporal Punishment Essay
A dispute has escalated at a small college in New York state and a
student who was barred from the school's teacher training program
because he wrote a paper in support of corporal punishment. Le Moyne
College says the controversy is not about academic freedom, but about
who is qualified to be a teacher.
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