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Old 07-17-2008, 10:36 AM   #3
New2itall
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One of the things that gets me on this is the gender disparity. Are they saying that a little girl with short hair would be a distraction to the learning environment? How is that the girls with long hair can study and learn with their hair long? It really is a gender bias that needs to be let go.
And, Anishtradish, I believe this is a public school. One that has the same dress code my public school did when I was growing up.
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