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Author Topic: Dress code policies? Free speech issues?  (Read 12727 times)
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« Reply #2: October 18, 2008, 06:35:17 pm »


While many schools get too militeristic when addressing certain issues..they do have every right to enforce dress codes, colleges and places of employment demand their own rules as well..that is called "real life". Just because the are students doesn't entitle them to special rights.

If the rules say "No jackets in the classroom" then the kid will not wear jackets in the classroom..if they are cold then wear a sweater. If the rules stipulate that no clothing have certain emblems or symbols then so be it. Free speech is not free of rules and regulations.

Yes, the school involved could have handled it better but in the ned, rules are rules..if the students want change then they need to act like adults and talk and discuss..not yell,scream, purposely defy rules, be obnoxious and beligerent. Rights come with responsibility.

This could have been handled better...
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