Teacher: Dress code policy at England school inconsistent

03/16/2009 | BBC

A teachers union in England decided to strike in response to a decision to force teachers to abide by a dress code typically reserved for students. "It banned us from wearing 'anything students aren't allowed to wear', which included hooded tops and trainers," fired teacher Adrian Swain said. "But teachers and students have always been treated differently, otherwise we would all be wearing school uniform."

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