This varies from state to state, and whether or not the school is a state school or a private school.
Effectively in 1983 and officially in 1987.
Australian state schools (public schools) do not use corporal punishment. A tiny number of independent schools still use corporal punishment, with the agreement of the parents.
In state run or funded schools corporal punishment was prohibited in 1987
A lash is a unit of corporal punishment.
More disipline can lead to more aggresive children and in the end, they can also be as agressive as their parents did.
Corporal punishment was used in schools to keep children well behaved.Studies have found that corporal punishment causes mental damage to children.In the UK, corporal punishment is illegal.
Corporal punishment shouldn't be in schools.
Australia got rid of capital punishment in 1967. The last person to be hung was Ronald Ryan in Victoria. It has since been abolished from the entire of Australia
Different countries made legislation against corporal punishment at various times. Some still allow it.
The correct spelling is corporal, as in the rank of corporal and corporal punishment.
None of the states are allowed to use corporal punishment as criminal sentences. Corporal punishment in schools, however is still legal in 20 states. And domestic corporal punishment is legal in every state.