Tennessee To Look At Dress Code For Parents At Schools

A Tennessee state representative is drafting a new bill that would introduce a statewide school dress code as part of an overall code of conduct — but for parents and visitors.

Rep.  Antonio Parkinson said the dress code and code of conduct were inspired  by parents themselves — as well as educators and principals — who  expressed concern over the attire and behavior of visitors at some  Tennessee schools. Parkinson told Yahoo Lifestyle the policy would apply  to anyone steps foot on a school campus — and that includes students  and faculty, who are already held to a high standard. He said he  expects anyone stepping on school campuses to be held to that same  standard.

 
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