Asumag 2550 Dallas Board Relents Requiring Students Tuck Shirts
Asumag 2550 Dallas Board Relents Requiring Students Tuck Shirts
Asumag 2550 Dallas Board Relents Requiring Students Tuck Shirts
Asumag 2550 Dallas Board Relents Requiring Students Tuck Shirts
Asumag 2550 Dallas Board Relents Requiring Students Tuck Shirts

Dallas board relents on requiring students to tuck in shirts

May 13, 2013
Board eases dress code after learning that tucked-in shirts might hurt the self-esteem of some overweight students.

Video from WFAA-TV: The Dallas school board has backed off a district dress code policy that would have required students to keep their shirts tucked in. After getting input from principals, district officials decided that forcing heavier students to tuck in their shirts might make them feel uncomfortable or make them targets of bullying. Or, as one student put it, a tucked-in shirt "makes the muffin top a little more accentuated.”

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