Parents nitpick L.A.'s new head lice policy

04/24/2006 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Los Angeles Unified School District's new head lice policy allows children with lice eggs in their hair to attend school if the eggs have been treated. While officials say the eggs aren't infectious, some disgusted parents suspect the relaxed policy is designed to boost attendance and state funding.

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