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Heartland Christian Academy is a behavior modification facility located in Newark, Missouri.  
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'''Heartland Christian Academy''' is a behavior modification facility located in Newark, Missouri <Ref>[http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=400+New+Creation+Newark,+MO+63458&ie=UTF8&ll=39.945411,-91.987839&spn=0.007715,0.013733&t=h&z=16&lci=lmc:panoramio,lmc:wikipedia_en The area the youth program are located in], Google maps</Ref>
  
 
== Program structure ==
 
== Program structure ==
[[Image:Paddlecard_small.jpg|frame|right||55px|This facility use corporal punishment]]
 
 
Because the state of Missouri regards a person of 17 years of age as an adult, the program wants children aged 15 and half or lower.
 
Because the state of Missouri regards a person of 17 years of age as an adult, the program wants children aged 15 and half or lower.
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===Education===
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The facility uses the Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) workbook curriculum provided by School of Tomorrow <Ref>[http://www.aceministries.com/ Accelerated Christian Education]</Ref>. School of Tomorrow requries that just one person in an entire school be "certified" to use the curriculum. This certification is NOT from any state agency. It is issued by School of Tomorrow. This enables schools to use the curriculum without having any certified teachers by the State.
  
 
=== Consequences ===
 
=== Consequences ===
 
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[[Image:Paddlecard_small.jpg|frame|right||55px|This facility use corporal punishment]]
 
That discipline has included paddlings and, in one instance, forcing misbehaving youngsters to stand in piles of manure. According to an article in Jefferson City News-Tribune it is stated:
 
That discipline has included paddlings and, in one instance, forcing misbehaving youngsters to stand in piles of manure. According to an article in Jefferson City News-Tribune it is stated:
  
 
<Blockquote>''Charles Sharpe has said such treatment was appropriate, given his unwavering belief that America's youths are falling prey to drugs, sex and violence because public institutions are godless and parents have spared the rod of corporal punishment.''</Blockquote>
 
<Blockquote>''Charles Sharpe has said such treatment was appropriate, given his unwavering belief that America's youths are falling prey to drugs, sex and violence because public institutions are godless and parents have spared the rod of corporal punishment.''</Blockquote>
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In a interview given in a article on People the founder stated <Ref>[http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20060839,00.html School of Last Resort], by Maria Eftimiades, People Magazine, October 23 2006</Ref>: <Blockquote>''"The only thing these kids understand is pain," says Sharpe, 79. "We've created a society where the kids are in charge, and it's causing a complete breakdown." Adds his wife, Laurie, 47, who runs the girls' dormitory: "Swatting [paddling] is biblical. You have to teach a child to live right."'' </Blockquote>
  
 
== In the News ==
 
== In the News ==
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Around 2001 the state of Missouri started an investigation due to suspicion about child abuse at the facility, where the founder and several staff members were acused. The founder was cleared of child abuse because paddling is not considered abuse
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<Ref>[http://www.corpun.com/usr00107.htm Law challenges preacher's principles, but religious development's founder defends ministry to children], By Matt Stearns and Malcolm Garcia, ''The Kansas City Star'', July 28 2001 (Reprint from World Corporal Punishment Research)</Ref>
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<Ref>[http://www.corpun.com/usr00111.htm#8504 Hearing Focuses On Removal Of Students From Christian Academy], By Terry Ganey, Jefferson City Bureau Chief, ''St Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri'', 16 November 2001 (Reprint from World Corporal Punishment Research)</Ref>
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<Ref>[http://www.corpun.com/usr00302.htm#10743 Charges dropped against Christian academy's founder, wife], Jefferson City News-Tribune, Missouri, 25 February 2003 (Reprint from World Corporal Punishment Research)</Ref>
  
Around 2001 the state of Missouri started an investigation due to suspicion about child abuse at the facility, where the founder and several staff members were acused. The founder was cleared of child abuse because paddling is not considered abuse [1] [2] [3].
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== External Links ==
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===Info Pages===
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*Info: [http://heartland-ministries.org/recovery/youth.html  Program homepage]
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*Info: [http://www.nospank.net/hrtlnd.htm School of Last Resort], By Maria Eftimiades, PEOPLE, October 23, 2006 (Reprint from Project Nospank)
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*Info: [http://www.rickross.com/groups/heartland.html Heartland Christian Academy], The Rick A. Ross Institute.
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*Info: [http://happyfeminist.typepad.com/happyfeminist/2006/10/turning_the_bib.html TURNING THE BIBLE INTO A PUNISHMENT], The Happy Feminist - blog. See also [http://happyfeminist.typepad.com/happyfeminist/2006/10/talk_is_cheap_m.html TALK IS CHEAP -- MORE ON HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN ACADEMY] from the same blog.
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*Info: [http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F01E7DF1738F936A35754C0A9679C8B63&sec=&spon=&pagewanted=all Christian School Questioned Over Discipline for Wayward], By RICK BRAGG, New York Times, July 5 2001
  
== References ==
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===Survivor Group===
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*Survivor group: [http://groups.myspace.com/heaertlandsurvivors Heartland Survivors], ''Myspace''
  
*1) [http://www.corpun.com/usr00107.htm Law challenges preacher's principles, but religious development's founder defends ministry to children], By Matt Stearns and Malcolm Garcia, ''The Kansas City Star'', July 28 2001 (Reprint from World Corporal Punishment Research)
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===Message boards===
*2) [http://www.corpun.com/usr00111.htm#8504 Hearing Focuses On Removal Of Students From Christian Academy], By Terry Ganey, Jefferson City Bureau Chief, ''St Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri'', 16 November 2001 (Reprint from World Corporal Punishment Research)
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*Forum: [http://fornits.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=18742 Heartland Religious Boot Camp, Missouri], a thread on Fortnits webforum
*3) [http://www.corpun.com/usr00302.htm#10743 Charges dropped against Christian academy's founder, wife], Jefferson City News-Tribune, Missouri, 25 February 2003 (Reprint from World Corporal Punishment Research)
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*Forum: [http://fornits.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=25878 Ransom for a girl detained at Heartland], a thread on Fortnits webforum
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*Forum: [http://cafety.org/index.php?option=com_joomlaboard&Itemid=&func=view&id=2980&catid=23 Ransom for a girl detained at Heartland], a thread on the message board of Community Alliance For the Ethical Treatment of Youth (CAFETY)
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*Forum: [http://fican.freeforums.org/ransom-for-a-girl-detained-at-heartland-t177.html#373 Ransom for a girl detained at Heartland], a thread on the message board of Fight Institutional Child Abuse Network (FICAN)
  
== External Links ==
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== References ==
 
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<References />
*Info: [http://heartland-ministries.org/recovery/youth.html  Program homepage]
 
*Info: [http://www.nospank.net/hrtlnd.htm School of Last Resort], By Maria Eftimiades, PEOPLE, October 23, 2006 (Reprint from Project Nospank)
 
  
 
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[[Category:Independent Roloff based facilities]]
 
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Heartland Christian Academy is a behavior modification facility located in Newark, Missouri [1]

Program structure

Because the state of Missouri regards a person of 17 years of age as an adult, the program wants children aged 15 and half or lower.

Education

The facility uses the Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) workbook curriculum provided by School of Tomorrow [2]. School of Tomorrow requries that just one person in an entire school be "certified" to use the curriculum. This certification is NOT from any state agency. It is issued by School of Tomorrow. This enables schools to use the curriculum without having any certified teachers by the State.

Consequences

This facility use corporal punishment

That discipline has included paddlings and, in one instance, forcing misbehaving youngsters to stand in piles of manure. According to an article in Jefferson City News-Tribune it is stated:

Charles Sharpe has said such treatment was appropriate, given his unwavering belief that America's youths are falling prey to drugs, sex and violence because public institutions are godless and parents have spared the rod of corporal punishment.

In a interview given in a article on People the founder stated [3]:

"The only thing these kids understand is pain," says Sharpe, 79. "We've created a society where the kids are in charge, and it's causing a complete breakdown." Adds his wife, Laurie, 47, who runs the girls' dormitory: "Swatting [paddling] is biblical. You have to teach a child to live right."

In the News

Around 2001 the state of Missouri started an investigation due to suspicion about child abuse at the facility, where the founder and several staff members were acused. The founder was cleared of child abuse because paddling is not considered abuse [4] [5] [6]

External Links

Info Pages

Survivor Group

Message boards

References

  1. The area the youth program are located in, Google maps
  2. Accelerated Christian Education
  3. School of Last Resort, by Maria Eftimiades, People Magazine, October 23 2006
  4. Law challenges preacher's principles, but religious development's founder defends ministry to children, By Matt Stearns and Malcolm Garcia, The Kansas City Star, July 28 2001 (Reprint from World Corporal Punishment Research)
  5. Hearing Focuses On Removal Of Students From Christian Academy, By Terry Ganey, Jefferson City Bureau Chief, St Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri, 16 November 2001 (Reprint from World Corporal Punishment Research)
  6. Charges dropped against Christian academy's founder, wife, Jefferson City News-Tribune, Missouri, 25 February 2003 (Reprint from World Corporal Punishment Research)