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The Hitting Stops Here!
A campaign for teaching kindness and respect in schools everywhere.


The Hitting Stops Here! Is in contact with the Chancey Family and they are
in receipt of the various comments that have been posted on the Network 54
Forum, including Fake Renee’s accusation of the parents of intentional
child abuse. Chadie has also been aware and we asked her  some questions
about how she feels about people like you on a radio show. This show can
be found here:

Marc Ecko

Congratulations to everyone who contributed to this historic moment. On
Wednesday, New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez signed HB 172, a bill which will eliminate corporal punishment in public schools across the state.

With her signature, Governor Susana Martinez made New Mexico the 31st
state to ban this unjust act and demonstrated her commitment to protect
New Mexico’s 330,000 schoolchildren. I agree with the Governor when she
stated that “The decision on whether or not to use corporal punishment on
a child is one that is best left to a parent,” as it surely doesn’t belong
in the hands of a school administrator.

Starting July 1, students will go to school in an environment that is free
from fear of the paddle.

The tide is changing. The worm is turning. The time has come to abolish
corporal punishment throughout this great nation of ours, ending the
threat of children being hit by adults and freeing children from the
hostile environment this threat creates.

I believe that children must be free to learn in safe and nurturing
environments free from fear. They must trust that we are providing schools
that are safe for them to be inquisitive and explore as they learn and
grow. And it’s not just me saying that, but more than 50 national
organizations agree, having called for the ban on corporal punishment —
time and again.

It is great to know that U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan agrees.
Last month at the White House, Sec. Duncan said: “My wife and I have two
young children. We want them to learn every day in school, but to do that,
they must feel safe first. You cannot do your best or concentrate
academically if you are scared.”

It is for these reasons that I launched the Unlimited Justice* campaign.
My instinct was that people across the country want to engage their
elected officials directly about education reform issues. When the
Unlimited Justice iPhone app hit the #1 spot for free education downloads
during our launch week at SXSW, we never dreamed how fast we could
activate the public to get their voices heard by those in power. A
blizzard of calls, faxes and emails, along with Facebook messages and
tweets, took their toll on the New Mexico Senate and the Governor’s office
that their constituents wanted the law changed.

This new day for New Mexico’s schoolchildren could not have been achieved
without the tireless efforts of folks like Representative Rick Miera and
Senator Cynthia Nava, whose leadership pushed the bill through a
legislature divided on this issue. Additionally, parents and activists
made their voices heard and led their elected officials to be responsive
to their desires. To all, your collective dedication to the protection of
children is inspiring.

My hope is New Mexico will serve as a positive example to the parents,
educators and especially the elected officials in the remaining 19 states
that still allow this form of taxpayer-funded child abuse. Join me and the
thousands of others in the Unlimited Justice* campaign to end corporal
punishment in America’s schools.
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana,
Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina,
Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Wyoming: YOU’RE NEXT!
#FightThePaddle @UnltdJustice
(Marc Ecko is an education reform advocate and co-founder of Ecko Unlimited)
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MIKE FROM MARC ECKO’S CAMP: Before the signing of the bill:
thanks Wade And Jestin

Thank you so much for your kind words of support of our efforts. Marc Eckô
and the whole team at is proud of the work you
are doing to get the word out about corporal punishment–a practice that
has no place in the public school system.

Tomorrow we’re helping to stage a rally in New Mexico, as we’re now only
one signature away from ending the paddling in the public school system in
that state. Please join us, in person or in spirit, as we call upon NM
Gov. Susana Martinez to sign the bill banning CP. More info avail at: and @UntldJustice and the rally page:

Mike, (Our Response)

Thanks so much for leaving a comment on our web-log Teachers who paddle
EXPOSED. We are honored. We are happy to see your efforts in New Mexico
pay off. Only nineteen states to go, and we’ll have this curse of School
Corporal Punishment eliminated from our great nation. I sent several
emails to the governor encouraging her to sign the bill into law.

We created this web-log for one reason to give an alternative opinion to
the creepy web-log Teachers who paddle (TWP). The teacher’s blog is a
catalyst to keeping corporal punishment alive. It’s an encourager to other
educators who beat kids with a paddle. They’ve had numerous hits on the
blog, but they have a glaring weakness. They go by alias names, never
revealing who they are. They’ll never bring their perverted ideas to the
TV cameras or be in the newspaper–which is good. The real problem with
the TWP blog is every school day in American some child, somewhere is
getting beat by a paddle. All caused by the encouraging words they read on
the TWP blog. If you have any ideas how we can discredit this blog, let us
know. Better yet, if we could find out who these women are, we can put a
stop to it. They’ve given enough information about themselves—the person
with the right resources could find out what their real names are. Keep up
the good work!
Thanks for everything,
Wade Ditty and Jestin Samson, founders of Teachers Who Paddle Exposed.


To answer fake Renee’s question shown on her perverted web-log where she
and her perverted friends hate, it’s very easy to do. It doesn’t take much
effort. There’s a word they use over and over again on their blog, antis.
It refers to people who disagree with their narrow philosophy. Their heart
is raging with hate every time they write the word. They hate people with
an absolute pure hatred who don’t see things the way they do. Fake Renee
says we are Mom’s we don’t hate. My conclusion is the same. Fake Renee and
her fake friends are teaching their children to hate people to whom they
have a disagreement with, and the children they teach.