Ever since I arrived in Myanmar, I have been all too keenly aware that caning the children is common practice. Brandishing it menacingly is even more normal than using it to strike an unruly child.
One teacher felt very much that hitting was the only way to discipline, especially wayward boys. However, much to my delight, another maintained that talking was a better solution. Personally, I considered simply removing all of the canes from the classrooms in the dead of night. However, makeshift implements would be fashioned and simply removing the cane will not change the culture that hitting is inherently good and corrects bad behaviors.
NEH Director of Studies and Teacher Trainer
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