The Durham Board of Education unanimously adopts a new dress code
The Durham Board of Education unanimously adopts a new dress code

The Durham Board of Education unanimously adopts a new dress code

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DURHAM, NC (WNCN) — On Thursday night, the Durham Board of Education unanimously passed an updated dress code. The new rules are a dramatic change from the standard dress codes that many North Carolina public schools have.

One rule that has remained the same is that students must cover all private parts, but beyond that the dress code is open.

The new language states that students do not have to cover bra straps or underwear bands. The rules also stated that students could wear cropped shirts, commonly referred to as crop tops.

Additionally, the language in the updated dress code specifically allows for protective hairstyles, including locs and braids.

The new rules also indicate that if a student is breaking the dress code, a teacher should not address that student who has identified a violation in front of their classmates.

While the board eased restrictions on some clothing items or clothing choices, two items of clothing remained out of the question: hats and hoodies.

https://www.cbs17.com/news/local-news/durham-county-news/durham-board-of-education-unanimously-passes-new-dress-code/ The Durham Board of Education unanimously adopts a new dress code

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