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Teacher beating up children (story told by Gilson, Project manager, Educator)

While we were doing activities in the Art Room with the kids, two kids start talking to each other about their teachers punishing them in class. One starts by saying that the teacher beats them with a stick nicknamed by himself as “Chocolate Ferrero” because he said “it’s the best chocolate in the world”. So, whenever they don’t do the assignments or misbehave, the teacher tells them “you’ll get chocolate Ferrero”. The kids keep on saying that other punishments include: “grab me by the hair … grab me by my lips … making jokes about me being stupid, etc.” They also go on telling me about other teachers who bring an iron stick inside her bag and beats them with it when she gets mad at them. There is also a teacher who they say brings a whip in his bag and uses it to punish kids for misbehaving. I believe these facts proof the importance of Delta Cultura.
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