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yes, seriously...

The root of the issue is lack of enforcement by both parents and educators. The current dress codes do not allow short shorts or skirts, tank tops, underwear showing, etc. and yet that's exactly what everyone cites as the objectionable clothes. If they would enforce the current policy - and make someone come get the child to change their clothes when they violate it - there would be no need for a new policy. You start escalating limits on a teenagers' individuality - and they will just get more creative - yes my friend, make-up and hair is definitely next.


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