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jenny_chavarin
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WolfBandit1234
Con (against)

schools do or do not have the right to ban controversial clothing ( i.e.gang colors ect)

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 3/22/2018 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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jenny_chavarin

Pro

in my opinion i would say schools should not ban clothing because we all are free to wear whatever we want without worrying a teacher will come up to us & and try fix our outfit because it supposedly represents a gang or a graphic associated with drugs.
WolfBandit1234

Con

I agree that schools should not ban clothing and get to decide what we wear. I do understand if there is little clothing at all and teachers what to make sure they wear something not too revealing, but just because they think we are wearing something that resembles a 'gang' (which is presumably not true) shouldn't prove their actions.
At my school wearing miss-matched socks, showing shoulders, and wearing pants or skirts above the knees is prohibited. It is something that should be changed.
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Posted by Edgar99scash 3 years ago
Edgar99scash
schools need to ban red and blue colors and let them wear black and white only.
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