Minnesota district considers standardized T-shirt dress code

03/15/2010 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Administrators at a Minnesota middle school are considering enacting a dress code where students wear T-shirts that are red or black -- the school's colors -- as a way to reduce distractions and foster school spirit. The proposed policy has drawn mixed reactions from students and parents, who say all students should not be punished because of poor clothing choices made by some. Others welcome the idea, saying it would level the playing field for students.

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