Development of Post-War Student Discipline Policy and Education Act in Britain: Corporal Punishment, Disciplinary Exclusion, Parenting Order, and Power for Discipline
Proper student behaviour discipline policy is the key to promote teaching efficacy and the safety in campus. The aim of the article was to explore the development of post-war student discipline policy in Britain (mainly in England), and the main topics were the prevalence, decline, and abolishment of corporal punishment, the regulation of student disciplinary exclusion, the introduction of parenting order, and the emphasis of schools’ and teachers’ power for discipline. As the result, the student discipline policy has been embedded in a legal system; the habitual authority and moral responsibility have been transferred into the lawful power, obligations and rights. The early education environment in Taiwan shared the same characteristics with the Britain, but the legislation of student discipline system does not keep up with the social change. Therefore, the priority of establishing legal student discipline system in policy agenda was proposed.
|關鍵詞||英國教育政策、停學、教養令、學生管教、體罰、British education policy、disciplinary exclusion、parenting order、student discipline、corporal punishment|