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WARNING : National Schools Inspectorate Authority Cautions All School Proprietors Against Corporal Punishment In Basic Schools

The National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NasiA) has received continuous complaints from
concerned parents regarding Corporal Punishment malpractices in schools attended by their
wards, which have resulted in physical and emotional repercussions on the said victims.


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According to NasiA, such practices are considered an offence under the Corporal
Punishment Policy prescribed by the Ministry of Education, which has been adopted by NaSIA.


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We hereby advise all School Proprietors to ensure such malpractices desist in their schools and
encourage them to adopt best practices that promote a nurturing and safe academic
environment tor all Learners.

Source:  Honestynewsgh.com

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