○ Pennsylvania, Kane Area 教委規則
Kane Area School District..... Elementary Schools , Middle school , High school
Last modified: March 17, 1999
Disciplining students is the responsibility of school personnel and becomes
at times to control disruptive influences and deviate behavior which interrupt
educational process. Discipline will range from verbal reprimand to exclusion
depending upon the severity and frequency of the violation.and a student痴 motive and
past record in committing breaches of school rules.
○ Detroit 市教委規則
Agreement between The Board of Education of The School District of The
Detroit and The Detroit Federation of Teachers Local 231 4. The chid will
by the principal.E. Example of offenses for which teachers may exclude
class : profanity or obscenity, fighting, gambling, possession of tobacco, class skips,
deliberate and open defiance of authority, inciting others to violence
possession of pornographic literature, pretty theft, pretty vandaism.
L. A child who assults a teacher will be suspended. Age and size of the
be taken into consideration.
○ Indiana 州規則... Indiana Public School Board of Commissioners
DISCIPLINE CODE SUMMARY
This chart is to inform students and parents of various rules, violations and their range
of consequences. Some offenses are rarely committed but are included because
danger to the school population.
Tardiness ,Truancy ,Leaving without permission, Bus misconduct, Use of
Profanity,Theft, Gving false indentication, Inappropriate physical contact, Disrepect,
Disobedience, Disorderly Conduct, Endagering the safety of others, Vandalism,
fire alarm, Arson, Bomb threat, Fighting, Weapon possession, Alcohol/drug
NOTE: Consequences for breaking rules and regulations will range progressively
left to right at the discretion of the teacher and building administrator.
Parent/ Contact/ Conference , Referral to Support Pesonnel, Detention,
Punishment, Suspension, Arrest, Expulsion
○ Indiana 州 Mt. Comfort Elementary School Student Handbook
Out-of-School Suspension is used where a student is guilty of a major
school rules or where a student is guilty of repeated violation of school rules. An Out-
of-School Suspension counts as an unexcused absence. A student who is assigned
Out-of-School Suspension will not be permitted to make up missed work
for a grade.
The student will not be accessed the 2% per day grade penalty, but will
receive a zero
for work assigned during the suspension period.
○ Arkansas州 Code 1999 Changes 、Code 6-18-507
c)(1) The board of directors may authorize a teacher or administrator to suspend any
student for a maximum of ten (10) school days for violation of the school
written discipline policies.
○ NEW JERSEY SCHOOL LAW
2. 体罰を親が同意しない場合は、[ それに代わるべき懲戒を行え] と規定している例
18A:37-2. Causes for suspension or expulsion of pupils
Any pupil who is guilty of continued and willful disobedience or of open defiance of the
authority of any teacher or person having authority over him, or of the habitual use of
profanity or of obscene language, or who shall cut, deface or otherwise injure any school
property, shall be liable to punishment and to suspension or expulsion from school.
○ Ohio州 Ohio Revised Code, Title 33 Education
(F) A board of education of a school district that permits the use of
as a means of discipline pursuant to a resolution adopted by the board
pursuant to division
(A)(1) of this section shall permit as part of its discipline policy the parents, guardian, or
custodian of a child that is attending any school within the school district to request that
corporal punishment not be used as a means of discipline on that child; upon the receipt of
a request of that nature, shall ensure that an alternative disciplinary measure is applied
with respect to that child; and shall include a procedure for the exercise
of that option in
the resolution adopted pursuant to division (A)(1) of this section.
○ Texas州 Garland Independent School District, Texas Division of Educational
Students who are exempt from corporal punishment under this policy shall
be subject to
appropriate alternative disciplinary actions.
WILLIAM L. TALL, AS PARENT AND
NEXT FRIEND OF WILLIAM L.
BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS
OF BALTIMORE CIT
For the reasons set forth below, we shall affirm.
FACTUAL SUMMARY Appellant's son, Roy, suffers from Down's syndrome. During
the summer of 1995, when Roy was nine years old, he participated in a special
educational program at School
No. 304, Harbor View -2- Elementary, sponsored by the Board. During the
the program, Manning, who was an employee of the Board, served as Roy's
While at school on July 18, 1995, Roy urinated in his pants. Manning responded
physically disciplining Roy; this included beating the child on his arms and legs with a
ruler. When Roy arrived home that day, Gwyneth Tall, his mother, noticed
that he was
wearing a long-sleeved shirt and long pants, which were different than
he had worn to school that morning. As she helped Roy change his clothes,
Tall discovered raised welts and bruises on her son's
arms and legs. Consequently, she took Roy to the emergency room at Harbor
Center,where Roy was x-rayed and treated for his injuries. Later that same day, the
Talls reported the injuries to the Baltimore City Police, at the Southern
investigation of the matter culminated in criminal charges against Manning
abuse, assault, and battery. Subsequently, Manning pled guilty to assault, for which
he received a five year suspended sentence and five years of supervised probation.
He was also ordered not to engage in any activity as a teacher or supervisor of any
individual under the age of twenty-one.
On January 31, 1997, appellee filed a Motion to Dismiss First Amended
Attached to the motion was a copy of Maryland Code (1978, 1992 Repl. Vol., 1996 Supp.),
ｧ 7-305 of the Education -28-as a means to discipline him. Indeed, as the
indicates, "touching students is permitted" only for the purpose
of "[m]aintaining a
safe and orderly school environment, administering first aid, and attending to health
needs . . . ." sum, we fail to see how the act of physically striking
a disabled child could
be considered in furtherance of the Board's objective of educating disabled children,
particularly when, as here, both State and local law forbid the use of
for discipline purposes.
Therefore, we conclude that no material factual dispute existed concerning
Manning's conduct was within the scope of employment; Manning's conduct
expected, foreseeable, nor sanctioned. Rather, it was so extreme in nature, and so far
beyond the bounds of appropriate behavior, that it cannot possibly be considered
have been in furtherance of appellee's objectives. Even when we view the
inferences in the light most favorable to appellant, as we must, we cannot
the trial court erred in granting summary judgment.
【註】 1998年 3月 4日、Maryland州控訴審判決。特殊教育を受けていた9才の生徒がパンツの
Corporal Punishment Control Policy
The National PTA is strongly in favor of abolishing corporal punishment
in the schools.
However, if your community supports corporal punishment and is not receptive to efforts
to ban it, you may wish to work toward establishing a corporal punishment
Corporal punishment can be controlled in the following ways:
Parental permission and notification should be required.
The student and the parent must be told the reason corporal punishment is to be
All incidents of corporal punishment should be authorized by the school
The school discipline policy should indicate the steps to be used to
before corporal punishment is authorized.
Specific rules for administering corporal punishment should be stated.
Corporal punishment may be administered by a designated person other
teacher, and another adult should be present.
Records should be collected. The incidence of corporal punishment by race, gender
and disability should be part of these records. Information should
be published regularly.
Records should be kept in student and teacher files and reviewed periodically
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