Submitted to you without comment. In Shakopee, middle-school officials are considering a dress code. Students will — if the code is adopted — wear standard red or black T-shirts.
The Jordan Independent says not everybody is on board:
What precipitated the idea, most recently, were two incidents in which staff members asked girls to zip up their sweatshirts to cover up more of their chests, Neubeck said. The girls responded, “Why are you looking there anyway?” and one told a female social worker, “but the boys like it.”
An answer that suggests a far deeper problem.
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