18, Mar 2021
The Supreme Court held in Ingraham v. Wright that the use of corporal punishment in public schools does not violate either the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition against the government’s infliction of cruel and unusual punishment or the Fourteenth Amendment’s procedural due process guarantees.
TO DO: Conduct some further research and develop a position to argue both sides. Argue your position to support corporal punishment in schools. Also, argue your position to NOT support corporal punishment in schools.

The Supreme Court held in Ingraham v. Wright that the use of corporal punishment in public schools does not violate either the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition against the government’s infliction of cruel and unusual punishment or the Fourteenth Amendment’s procedural due process guarantees.
TO DO: Conduct some further research and develop a position to argue both sides. Argue your position to support corporal punishment in schools. Also, argue your position to NOT support corporal punishment in schools.