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November 14, 2009:

Can a Boy Wear a Skirt to School? (2 Comments)Posted in: News by SoulRiser @ 6:33 PM

BY now, most high school dress codes have just about done away with the guesswork. Girls: no midriff-baring blouses, stiletto heels, miniskirts. Boys: no sagging pants, muscle shirts. But do the math. “Rules” + “teenager” = “challenges.” If the skirt is an acceptable length, can a boy wear it? Can a girl attend her prom […]

August 18, 2009:

School introduces compulsory £100 'eco-friendly' uniform (9 Comments)Posted in: News by Puchiko @ 9:16 AM

A state school in Waterlooville, Hampshire, has been accused of potentially creating a "back-door selection" system by introducing a compulsory 'eco-friendly' uniform costing about £100. Oaklands Roman Catholic School in Waterlooville has introduced the uniform made from recycled bottles which can only be bought from the school or from the Schoolwear Shop in nearby Havant. […]

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