Just in time for the upcoming school year, a district in Texas amended its dress code to allow students to have piercings and sport visible tattoos. Under the changes, male students can also grow their hair longer than shoulder length and won’t be required to shave their facial hair.
This leniency is a rare case, however, as school districts across the country continue to maintain their policies. Some areas are enforcing tougher guidelines. In Lauderdale County, Miss., a student who violates the dress code could face jail time. Even handbooks from New York to Arizona are defining what teachers can wear.
Click through the gallery and let us know in the comments if you agree with the punishment for these 10 dress code violations.
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