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Lunn, aclerk in the juvenile division, claims she received write-ups for dress code violations for shoes that the clerk at the time, Lavinia Alexander, later confirmed were not prohibited.
"I received a call from the school about my daughter being sent to the office for a dress code violation. I was told that the teacher was being unreasonable and obviously made a mistake," Barber wrote.
According to the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice, in the 2012-13 school year, 72 percent of Massachusetts in-school and out-of-school suspensions and expulsions "were for minor misbehavior,'' like dress code violations and disrespect.
The "school-to-prison pipeline", in which youthful indiscretions such as dress code violations, doodling on desks, spitwads, or food fights are criminalized - sometimes even as charged misdemeanors with fines and possible jail time - reinforces a disturbing trend in America's de facto war on young people, culminating in for-profit prisons and notorious "kids for cash" scandals, in which warped laws and values make it lucrative to send young people to jail for any excuse whatsoever.
As other studies demonstrate, the vast majority of suspensions are for minor infractions of school rules, such as disrupting class, tardiness, and dress code violations, rather than for serious violent or criminal behavior.
Additionally, the Robin's Heel Straps will help its users avoid dress code violations in school or at the workplace.
Hollywood executives who gave Fred Astaire only a qualified seal of approval in his first screen test might have been referring to Jimmy Melia, the man whose white dancing shoes remain among the FA Cup's best-loved dress code violations.
After forking out a small fortune to reserve a table at an exclusive five-star venue, Jenny arrived in all her glory to enjoy her evening, only to be confronted with multiple dress code violations. "I was astounded at how people interpret dress codes, especially when they obviously know they are going to a swanky venue," says Jenny.
Suspending students for dress code violations is an ineffective punishment that accomplishes nothing except disrupting student learning.
What happened instead what that Jimmy Cox fixated himself upon such trivial dress code violations (uneven zipper levels!), haircuts (crewcuts or else!) and monitoring soldiers private chats on the internet (even thoughts must be loyal!).
They were charged with dancing and dress code violations.
In schools throughout the country, girls of color are more likely to be punished for dress code violations, according to a report by the National Women's Law Center.