Try being a teacher these days though - tough gig. All you need is one or two disruptive kids and the whole class can, and often does, go to hell in a handcart.
No real power or even facilities to deal with it - and the disruptive kids know it. Like they say, it is easier to negotiate with terrorists than some kids. Worse still are some of the parents who don't even care, which is a major problem not to be underestimated.
All damaging to teachers' mental health and the education of the bulk of kids.
An innovative replacement punishment system is well overdue to protect the well