Rhode Island district adopts restrictive yearbook policy

03/16/2007 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Some Rhode Island high school seniors will now be prohibited from submitting yearbook photos in which they pose with any objects, after one Portsmouth student went to court for the right to pose while wearing armor and carrying a prop sword. Patrick Agin, a fan of the Middle Ages, dressed in costume for his senior portrait last fall, and after his photo was rejected, he sued. The state education commissioner sided with Agin, and the district agreed to include Agin's yearbook photo.

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