Dress codes in public schools are not uncommon. However, school teachers in West Virginia have become frustrated at their district’s revised dress code that restrict tattoos, facial piercings, dress and hair length, according to NewsMax.
The board argues that since a dress code exists for the students, the teachers should have a similar policy in place.
“I hate to differ with them, but students are students and teachers are adults,” countered the American Federation of Teacher’s local president Fred Albert in an interview with NewsMax.
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