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FORCED EXERCISE AS PUNISHMENT



FORCED EXERCISE AS PUNISHMENT

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1.. Open Letter to California Educators
about the Use of Forced Exercise as Punishment By Jordan Riak

2.. Position Statement on the Use of Physical Activity as Punishment
by the California Association for Health, Physical Education,
Recreation and Dance (CAHPERD)

3.. A letter about exercise as punishment from Kathryn Scott, President of the California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (CAHPERD) to Bill Honig, Superindentent, California State Department of Education.

4.. A letter about exercise as punishment from Linda Carpenter, Ph.D., J.D., Professor, Department of Physical Education, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York to Bill Honig, Superintendent, California State Department of Education.

5.. A letter about exercise as punishment from Bonnie Mohnsen, Ph.D., Coordinator, Physical Education/Health Education-Nutrition, Montebello Unified School District, Intructional Services Division, Montebello, Ca. to Bill Honig, Superintendent, California State Department of Education

6.. A letter about exercise as punishment from Jean L. Perry, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Physical Education, San Francisco State University to Bill Honig, Superintendent, California State Department of Education.

7.. Jordan Riak's letter of 11/1/89 to Attorney General Van De Kamp requesting clarification of the corporal punishment ban with regard to exercise as punishment

8.. Attorney General Van De Kamp's response of 11/13/89 to Jordan Riak

9.. Jordan Riak's response of 11/22/89 to Attorney General Van De Kamp

10.. Attorney General Van De Kamp's response of 12/1/89 to Jordan Riak

11.. Memo of September 7, 1989 from Mary Weaver to Milton Wilson, both Education Department employees, regarding the challenge of revising the "Corporal Punishment Advisory" so that it no longer forbids exercise as punishment but warns against it.

12.. State, coaches can offer no alternative to pain, sweat By John Bogert, South Bay Daily Breeze, Torrance, CA, July 13, 1989

13.. A letter to the editor about a violent coach, forced exercise and near death, News & Observer, Raleigh, NC, March 18, 1992

14.. Violent coaching in Seymour, Texas Correspondence received by PTAVE in March 1989 from two parents describing the mistreatment of their sons.

15.. The Coach and the Fat Kid, Editorial from the Canyon News, Texas, 1977

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